Art of the Week: Maine: Buoys and Lobster Traps

Patricia Levey
Palm Beach Branch
“Maine: Buoys and Lobster Traps,” 24″ X 30″



Since childhood, Pat Levey’s life as an artist has been spent drawing and painting, usually inspired by the sea and animals. She began her career as a New York City art teacher then served as a school administrator and taught at Queens College Graduate Programs. Leaving education to pursue her creative potential, Levey studied classical painting with J.Acetus Jackson and also studied at the Armory Art Center in West Palm Beach, FL. She has continued to take Master workshops.


Levey paints realistically as well as surrealistically working in oils, metal, and vitreous and limoges enamels. By having three paintings juried into the National Society of Art exhibits from the year 2003 to 2010, she was awarded a gold medal. Earning a gold medal gave her a signature membership in the NSA. Her work, including paintings, murals and jewelry, has been exhibited locally, regionally and nationally.


Pat Levey is currently the vice president of the Palm Beach (FL) Branch of the National League of American Pen Women.



  1. Sara Etgen-Baker says:

    I enjoyed the color and balance. I also felt the depth of the sea and of the soul of the artist.

  2. Dorothy Kamm says:

    Great composition, color, and subject matter!

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