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“Everything is connected, and balance is key. I create to express the voice of nature and challenge the viewer's perception of reality.”

Patricia Daher (b. 1988 - ) is an American Lebanese multidisciplinary artist, poet, and environmental activist based in New York. She received a Bachelor's degree in Studio Art with a concentration in Painting and Near-Eastern Religions along with two minors in Art History and Mathematics from Hunter College, NY. Her Master’s degree is in Art Market Studies from the Fashion Institute of Technology, NY. Daher started her career as a Mathematics Educator who contributed to the academic success of hundreds of students to then take a different path as a Visual Artist who produces autobiographical  paintings, drawings, collages, and relational aesthetic performances that encourage dialogue and invite a change in perspective. Her many interests which include world cultures and religions, mythology, science, archeology, nutrition, sustainability, and alternative healing methods inform the themes she explores in her work. Having experienced war in 2006, she chooses to go beyond and create vibrant worlds that explore cultural histories and concepts promoting peace and balance in society and with nature. Daher’s work has been exhibited at various galleries in New York, of which NeueHouse and Biggercode Gallery. She is the recipient of the Wave Scholarship, Catalyst scholarship award, and the IMPART Grant Award. Her work has been published in Hyperallergic, and books such as Drawing with Dynamic Perspective by Meryl Rosner.

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