March 2024

Nita Patel


Healing the World Through Art

February 28 - March 30, 2024

Greetings from the Eisemann Center!

Thank you for subscribing to our monthly Art Newsletter, Brushstrokes. We hope you find it informative and inviting. The Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery is free to view and open daily to the public on the second floor of the Eisemann Center lobby. Located in the heart of Galatyn Parkway, and steps from the DART rail, our monthly art installation is not something you want to miss. For more information on Visual/Public Art at the Eisemann Center, exhibit schedule, and all information for those wanting to exhibit their work, click here.

Nita Patel mixed media piece hanging above a table

Nita Patel

Nita Patel is an artist with a unique background. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas at Dallas followed by a Masters of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies specializing in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Her art has been shown in NYC, the Hamptons, Art Basel Miami Beach, Museo MIIT in Turino, Italy, and Le Louvre in Paris, France. 

"My passion and my professional development have inspired me to create a concept that integrates creative expression with wellness in the workplace. By strategically placing color therapy through art an environment can enable self-healing and uplift moods, contributing to high performance. Through my work, I aspire to uplift my fellow human beings one person at a time. This creates a domino effect impacting the world in a positive light."

Nita's "Opal Series" explores the brilliance and variety of color seen in the opal gemstone. It features 3-demensional textures using multiple paint layers reflecting the natural phenomenon known as play-of-color seen within the gem. This series reveals opal is an analogy to the human mind.

The other half of the collection asks us to look beyond our personal limitations tethered to the Earth and look toward the celestial bodies of outer space for inspiration. Using spiraling strokes, the artists pays homage to the movement of the Milky Way. She invites the viewer to slow down, take a breath, and imagine the infinite possibilities of space and stimulate personal growth in a moment of mindfulness.

A First Fridays reception is scheduled for March 1st from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in the Green Mezzanine Gallery. Enjoy lite bites and wander the gallery with your fellow local art lovers!

Gallery Views

Nita Patel abstract piece hanging on a concrete wall

Nita Patel

Nita Patel abstract piece hanging on a marble wall

Nita Patel

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