Patricia Tucker – 27th July 2010 to 20th August 2010

Patricia Tucker – From Cities to Settlements
27th July 2010 to 20th August 2010
Open evening Tuesday 27th July 2010 7-9pm
Former tutor and current Chairman of Bromley Art Society, Patricia Tucker displays a fine selection of mainly traditional watercolours featuring buildings and boats in their settings.


Pat Tucker (née Madden) was born and educated in London. Her art training began in Swindon School of Art where she obtained her National Diploma in Oil Painting. Following this she studied for the Art Teaching Diploma at the Royal West of England College of Art in Bristol.

Initially she specialised in portraiture, mural painting and still life in oils, developing into landscape and abstract work in the 1960’s.

Although still working in oils and continuing to do still life studies, since 1970 she has worked mainly in watercolour to produce her popular architectural landscapes. These are principally of London and the Kent countryside but also include many paintings of individual houses and other buildings commissioned by clients throughout the country.

Pat has had “one-man” shows in Swindon, Gloucester, London, Croydon, Greenwich, Blackheath, Bromley and in Denmark. Her work is in private collections in at least fifteen countries. She has also exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, the Mall Galleries, the Royal Exchange, the Royal Watercolour Society Gallery, at the Guildhall Gallery and many other venues.

She has taught painting to adult students for many years for the London Borough of Bromley, served as Visual Arts Officer with Bromley Arts Council for 18 years and is the current Chairman of the Bromley Art Society.