It's a simple story.
My mother tongue in art + design is color.
Always color-centric, my commitment, and love of the natural world is what I desire to express in my work.
Awarded a scholarship to St Martins School of Art (aka Central St Martins), in London, PD Packard obtained a combined BFA degree in Textile Design and Fashion. When she returned to the states she developed original textiles and surface designs primarily for the cosmetic industry. Many of the principles in printmaking are similar to fabric and surface design making an easy and natural transition for her into fine art printing in 2009.
Packard’s work has been exhibited throughout the States and Internationally; Tate Britain Museum, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Newport Museum of Fine Art, RI,110 Church Gallery, Philadelphia, The Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, MN, Blackburn 20/20, NYC, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, Silvermine Art Center, CT, Springfield Art Museum, MO., Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Boston University’s 808 Gallery, Parallax Art Fair NYC, Printmaking Center of New Jersey, CBK Amsterdam Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, Shenzhen, China, Taller Galeria Fort, Cadaqués, Spain, Inbe Art Space, Tokushima, Japan.