‘Dancing Fantasy’ exhibit now at Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild


The RSF Art Guild’s “Dancing Fantasy” exhibit runs through Nov. 3 and features the works of award-winning artist Patty McGeeney.

A native of Santa Monica, McGeeney’s natural artistic ability was realized at an early age and has become the primary focus of her life. After receiving her formal training at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, where she majored in illustration, a successful career followed in the decorative arts field and this work now adorns the homes of many notable personalities.

Returning to the easel, she created a large body of equine images reproduced as lithographs and giclees, reflecting her love for horses.

Not to be limited by subject matter, her repertoire includes figurative, landscape and still life.

For several years McGeeney has continued her studies with the Watts Atelier in Encinitas, Calif., where she has received inspiration and influence from many modern masters, all contributing to her growth and understanding as an artist.

McGeeney has studied with distinguished artists such as Steve Huston, Calvin Liang, Ray Roberts, Daniel Pinkham, Morgan Weistling, Daniel Graves and Tony Pro.

For more information, visit The Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild, a 501(c )(3) organization’s purpose is to embrace the visual arts, provide exhibit space, enhance community awareness & foster artistic skills. The show is sponsored by the Union Bank RSF, The RSF Foundation & The Country Squire in RSF. The gallery is located at 6004 Paseo Delicias, RSF, CA 92067.