Artist Trish Vernazza

By August 10, 2021 Art Walls

OCEANSIDE CULTURAL ARTS FOUNDATION

            AT O’SIDE BAKERY

                                (17th Exhibition)

 FEATURING ARTIST

  Trish Vernazza

 OPENING RECEPTION

  THURSDAY, September 23rd    

5:30 – 7:30 PM

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Trish has traveled around the world as a former International Flight Attendant for Pan American World Airways, which further peaked her interest in culture, religion, language and history. Upon the abrupt ending of this career she decided to re-enter the educational system and received her undergraduate graduate degree in Art History and Sculpture, Masters in Feminist Clinical Psychology, Masters in Art Therapy and currently practices as a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist and Art Therapist.

Trish has been a recipient for many awards, Who’s Who in American Women, published in over 25 Arts & Crafts Magazines; along with her art having been displayed in various museums and collected by art lovers. She published “Women, Art & Mental Illness” while working in the Bay Area Jails and mental health programs while sharing her experiences through her personal art works.

Trish explains, “Part of the purpose in my life is that I am human enough to serve as a prism for a universal story. Our experience is limited by the boundaries of our own consciousness and art making is a place that I can get around those limitations. I create to clear my mind of all external and internal debris. I strive to build a fluid bridge between the hand and mind so that they can become one voice that speaks to the moment. Creating art is my way of keeping a personal diary of the encounters that I have experienced in my life.”

Trish Brown Vernazza, M.A., LMFT, ATR-BC   

Web site: www.VisionsofVenus.com         Contact: info@trishv.com

Question of Beauty

  QUESTION OF BEAUTY                                             I will be offering these two pieces either separately or together during my solo show. Fifty percent (50 %) of this sale will go to NCAAWA (North County African American Women’s Association) who help to educate women and girls of all colors. This has been a long time passion of mine. I have been a member for over 15 years and previous board member.

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Robbie
Robbie
1 month ago

Trish’s body of work is always very thought provoking , as art should be. She draws you in with her use of bold colors in inanimate and animate subjects. She is never afraid of expressing her feelings through her art. I love, support and enjoy your work💕

Renee
Renee
1 month ago

I love Trish’s Morning Mist of the Sea! It’s drippy ethereal haze makes me feel somehow refreshed like the misty spray of a heavy fog in San Francisco.

I have known Trish for around 20 years now and alw
I have known Trish for around 20 years now and alw
1 month ago

I have known Trish for around 20 years now and always enjoyed her art and her company I find her art very thought provoking whether it’s jewelry, paperwork, or painting she definitely thinks outside the box.