Patricia Sadler was born in the Scottish Borders in 1946. She now lives and works in Berwickshire, having been there since 1978.
Patricia attended both Queen Margeret College and Edinburgh College of Art, before going in to teaching and having her family.
Her paintings have been exhibited in the Scottish Society of Women Artists, The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Waterclour, and the Scottish Artists and Artist Craftsmen. She has had many solo and group exhibitions with galleries around the country.
She says of her work: "With my roots firmly in the Scottish Borders, I feel passionate about it's richly coloured landscape of rolling hills, patchwork quilt of fields, sudden dark shapes of woodland and the River Tweed twisting and turning throughout. With all this, plus the dramatic headland of St Abbs and the wonderful coastline stretching from East Lothian to Northumberland, only a few miles from where I live - and a lovely cottage garden to tend - I have a wealth of subject matter on my doorstep..."