Born in Mexico City, she resides since 1967 in the city of Puebla.
An artist who’s got more than 50 individual and collective exhibits, both in Mexico and abroad; her latest exhibitions were in Puebla city’s university Historical Memory Museum (Museo de la Memoria Histórica Universitaria), in the Indianilla Cultural Center (Centro Cultural Indianilla) at CDMX (México City), and in Puebla city’s International Baroque Museum (Museo Internacional del Barroco), where she has shown a short retrospective of her work, along with new proposals acquired through her self-taught experience, which has made her able to play with a creative and plastic dexterity.
Fabre’s work grows in a search which invites to the observation and inquiry of endless mazes, each stroke becomes present chasing the momentum to land what she creates in her mind. Lines and shapes in white, red and black have played a very important role in the artist’s work.
The persistence on her work has generated a notorious evolution of introspection of personal as well as professional growth. Patricia works from a unique and constant ease with acrylics, tints, permanent markers, watercolors, ceramics and wood, among other materials, taking her to a rupture with the traditional exploration of the line in which she knows no limits, and she expands taking diverse readings of such line, which results in the constant rhythm between the color and the shape, showing us signals from always hidden symbols, vulnerable to the change and the search for an infinite exploration which seems to enunciate an infinite exploration that always seems to pronounce in its path: A stroke as a present.