Gold Hill artist Mimi Patrick, born in Reno in 1941, died in February. She was the proprietor of the ceramics studio Argenta Earth and Fire Co., board president at St. Mary’s Art Center, and a board member of Member of Virginia City’s Fourth Ward School Museum. She was also a mentor and teacher at The Wedge ceramics studio in Reno.
“People treasured her strength, talent, intelligence, creativity, generosity, and fun-loving, playful nature,” reads a passage from Patrick’s obituary in the Reno Gazette Journal. “She had a quick wit and was famous for her unique comedic commentary and storytelling.”
Eureka art collector Wally Cuchine and St. Mary’s Art Center Director A. Perry shared some photos of Patrick’s artwork to remember her by.