Daisy Patton

Daisy Patton's numerous bodies of work are all steeped in research and held together by a sincere concern for this planet and its inhabitants. Spurred in part by the 1973 book Wisconsin Death Trip, which juxtaposes 19th-century photographs and news reports to undermine notions of an idyllic past, Patton's paintings often address our collective rosy nostalgia for brutal histories.

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