The following Original Patty B artworks are now included in the online auction. All Artwork comes signed by Patty B and framed by local Sheffield Framer, Paard. All original artwork that has been exhibited at the various exhibitions over 2022 is available for bidding now.
Instructions: To place your bid, select the piece you would like to bid for. You will be directed to a bidding form where you can submit the details of your bid and bidding price. To cover the cost of materials and time taken to create the artwork, there is a starting bid of £120 for each item on auction. If your bid is successful you will be contacted by Patty B to complete your purchase.
A portrait of the greatest creative, Jean Michel Basquiat. From The House of the Rising Stars, the series that celebrates the greats that influence my creations.
A pastel and graphite portrait drawing of a Brazilian heroine from Bahia who entered the Brazilian army and rose to high ranks under the guise of a man. This portrait is the imagined soul of the rebellious nature of Bahia that Maria must have embodied as she fought for the independence of her people.
32cm x 37cm
LA VIE EN ROSE (PART 1)
Part 1 of a 3 part series. This is a portrait of two sisters, imagined by the artist. They look ready for the grandest of soirees. Their portraits have been drawn on black paper using charcoal and white pastels and the rest of the image including the background and floral attire have been collaged from recycled scrap material.29cm x35cm
LA VIE EN ROSE (PART 2)
Part 2 of a 3 part series. This is a portrait of a beautiful woman, the muse - Aweng Chuol, a Sudanese model with a striking dark completion and classical nubian features. Awneg's beauty has always amazed artist, Patty B and and therefore a strong influence of many of Patty B's imagined characters. In this scene the beautiful lady is also in attendance of the grand soiree, the kind of soiree where everything is pink and rosey and full of the sweetest kind of love. Her portrait has been drawn on black paper using charcoal and white pastels and the rest of the image including the background and floral attire have been collaged from recycled scrap material.47cm x35cm
Imani meaning "faith" in swahili is the portrait that represents Patty B's hopefulness. A hope that is deep within. A hope that is personal. I hope that on the surface may look like sorrow. A hope that we will reach.
Mixed Media: charcoal portrait on black paper and collage lokta materials. 50cm x 60cm
Thank you for taking an interest in the original pieces from the OnBlack Collection. 2022 was the first time that this collection has been on display in public and open for auction. First was the Prelude exhibition at the Dorothy Pax in Sheffield, then a selection was displayed at the Roots 2 Routes group exhibition, curated by CasildArts, and finally to close the year, all remaining originals were displayed at Cole's Corner, in Sheffield. The OnBlack collection has now been admired by visitors from all over the world and it has been an unforgettable journey. Many thanks to you all.