Patrick Kitson’s formal art training began at the age of nine when he studied with and was influenced by three well-respected artists: internationally known sculptor Donald DeLue (whose powerful, monumental works depicting American heroes have graced government buildings, churches, museums, and national parks); painter F. Travers Neidlinger; and nationally known illustrator Peter Carras. It was here that Kitson first learned to appreciate the importance of an artistic community with each of these artists maintaining studios directly next to his childhood home. These three creative professionals provided Kitson with a nurturing artistic environment that encouraged him to explore and learn without boundaries.
The Sky Above
Signed Lower Left