Trish Mitchell was born in 1970 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
She is best known for bringing her love of beauty and stillness to the world through her oil paintings. Trish’s art is an invitation into her world where beauty and introversion are celebrated, quiet times cherished and reminders of timeless grace and elegance surround us. She delights in the magic inherent in life and places great value on depth and authenticity. A techno-lover and Francophile, her heart’s home is in Paris, and although she doesn’t live there (yet!) she visits as often as she can.
Trish’s representational style has been strongly influenced by her love of the Impressionists, Joaquin Sorolla, John Singer Sargent, living master Richard Schmid, her teacher and longtime friend Belinda Ardé and, more recently, Daniel J. Keys.
A devoted fiancée and mom to four teenage children, Trish paints from her sunlit studio overlooking Table Mountain in Cape Town.