Shows & Awards

 

 Brick in the Wall 18" X 18"

Brick in the Wall 18" X 18"

upcoming shows

Pleiades Gallery

530 W. 25th Street, 4th Floor

New York, N.Y.

January 24th until February 17th

"Cabin Fever" Group Show

Please check back for more details on the next Patrick Seufert appearance at a show near you. 


 

Past Shows and Awards

October, 2009:  80th Annual Phillips Mill Juried Show and Exhibition, New Hope, PA.  Painting accepted: “Northeast Spectrum”.

September, 2011: Artist’s House Gallery, 2nd Street in Old City, Philadelphia, PA.  Group show.

 November, 2011: The American Artists Professional League’s 83rd Grand National Exhibition, New York, N.Y. at the Salmagundi Club, 5th Avenue. AWARD for painting - “Abandoned Sunset”.

March, 2012: Artists of Yardley 1st Annual Juried Art Show, Yardley, PA.  Painting - “The Crossing”.

April, 2012: Academy of Fine Arts National Juried Exhibition, Lynchburgh, VA. Painting - “Synthetic Snow”.  AWARD: Juror’s Choice Award.

 September, 2012: 83rd Annual Phillips Mill Juried Show and Exhibition, New Hope, PA AWARD: “Paxson Hill Farm Award for painting – “Bright House”.

November, 2013: Artist’s House Gallery, 2nd Street in Old City, Philadelphia, PA. Group show. “Views of the City” Exhibition.

February/March, 2014: Jeffry Leder Gallery “International Painting III”, Juried Show, New York, N.Y. Paintings - “Red Route” and “Pink Plywood”.

May, 2014: New Hope Art Leagues 5th annual Juried Show, New Hope, PA.  AWARD for painting - “Pink Plywood”.

July, 2014: Lititz Juried Show, Lititz, PA. AWARD: Best of Show for painting “Linkage”, Best of Oils for painting – “Above the Earthmover”.

 Victoria Donahue, art critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia, PA ( in regards to Patrick’s paintings being shown at Artists House Gallery, 2011) writes: “each shows a dep receptivity to the urban landscape, yet manages not to end up with a reportorial look. Lack of ostentation helps – Seufert in his compelling, hyper-realistic views of factories, bridges, parking lots and Tacony housing…their presentations indicate that at the very least they have found a style, a promising direction and primary concern.”

 

Gwen Shrift, art critic for the Bucks County Courier Times,  Bucks County, PA (in regards to Patrick’s painting – “Northeast Spectrum” 80th Annual Phillips Mill Juried show and Exhibition) writes: “Patrick Seufert turned his back on the rural views to paint “Northeast Spectrum”, the backside of an industrial complex. There’s poetry in the almost photo-realistically painted square and angled buildings, the clear, hard blue sky, the snow on the parking lot and a row of nondescript cars huddled by a factory wall.”

Gwen Shrift also writes: (Artists of Yardley 1st Annual Juried show) “Patrick Seufert exhibits “The Crossing,” a bold, almost photorealistic painting of a lone cyclist crossing a bridge as buildings rise ahead like a rectangular mountain range. In a delicate touch, Seufert divides his canvas precisely but not obviously in half horizontally, with the roofline of a low block of buildings.”