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Introducing Patricia Iacuzzi – Artist and Writer — 12 Comments

  1. Hi Joanne–The pleasure was all mine–but I also remember we had to get things done fast! And big! Thank you so much for the lovely compliment about Phil. 4:8–your words are those of someone who strongly encourages as well. I hope we pursue these things to bring peace back to our nation.

  2. Thank you for showcasing Pat and her many gifts. As a recent convert to historical fiction, I would love to read one of her short stories. If she ever considers giving art lessons, I would be the first in-line to sign up. Pat is a real treasure in our midst.

    Thank you for this post!

    • Oh Sheila–thank you! Working on that gilded age novel now, and hope they take it! And as far as the art–believe it or not, I’m brushing up on a couple of styles. But it’s you and Sue who have been ‘first responders’ and made the really important contributions.

  3. This has been such a great opportunity to get to know you better Patricia. First, wonderful scripture. Especially with all the difficult news surrounding us. Second, I love the story of your drawing teacher announcing your literary award to you. You have such a natural gift with writing and drawing, it must’ve been very hard to decide your major, but it was obvious you have worked very hard to develop both. . Thank you for this insightful interview!

    • Hi Kathleen–So glad you stopped in! One great thing came from the decision to stay with art (besides the schooling) I’d discovered I needed to learn patience after becoming a teacher. I believe the Lord saw that was one of the most important things I needed to acquire. Thank you–and blessings on your next project–you are very talented in both areas as well!

  4. Wow! So much I didn’t know about this sweet lady. How have I not read any of your books, Pat? And your artwork is amazing!

    • Hi Chappy–count on you to be there for your friends–God bless you! I’ve only got the one story out called “The Fountain”. It’s a collection of short stories (Book title: “A Kiss is Still a Kiss”) with other authors who were kind enough to include my work. Now my ADD is taking me in the art direction again, though! 🙂

    • Pat–I need to thank you for your support on social media–so very kind of you. I have to stop in more often. My problem: I’m a “joiner” and as my mother would say “you’ve got too many irons in the fire” (Never could figure out what irons they referred to) so I’m all over the map. Just know I really appreciate your contribution.

  5. I would definitely like to read Pat’s historical fiction, she sounds like a delight!
    We have two things in common: 1. Her maiden name “O’Brien” is my paternal grandmother’s maiden name and 2. My dear son-in-law Patrick Myers is from Glen Cove, LI! Many times we have motored through Oyster Bay, Theodore Roosevelt’s home. And…I am an ardent fan of “Downton Abbey”!

    • Another O’Brien! We are related I’m sure–just that we’d probably have to go back some to find out how. My son recently discovered that Marconi (inventor of the radio) married a Beatrice O’Brien. Will have to check that out. My grandparents lived on 1 Raymond St. Am hoping it’s remained as pretty a town as it once was. Thank you for stopping in!

  6. Good morning Sue. I enjoyed this post on Pat Iacuzzi. I had the pleasure of working with her at Hope Lutheran Church when I was seeking an artist to head up the scenic painting I needed to capture the authentic look of the projects I was directing. Pat’s artistic ability is incredible and she created many scenic backgrounds for various Biblical places as well as jumping the centuries forward when I needed all the planets painted for a “space odyssey” theme. I can see why Philippians 4:8 is something she wanted to share….she radiates this passage.

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