Mark Partridge is an abstract expressionist artist whose work is stylistically influenced by mentors and world renown faculty from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA) in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, such as Kassem Amoudi, Arcenio Martin Campos, and John Redmond. Mark’s compositions are characterized by a colorful abstractive juxtaposition of elements, figures, shapes, and marks, rendered in a vibrant color pallet that engage art enthusiast notions of present, challenging them to discover harmonious abstraction in the context of their own reality. Mark enjoys experimenting with different materials and mediums and this keeps my work fresh, dynamic, resulting in a prolific yet uniquely original style.
Mark graduated w/ BS from the University of Puerto Rico, JD from the InterAmerican School of Law, and an MBA from Villanova University. Later studies with renowned artists from PAFA and Wayne Art Center, in Wayne, PA. Mark was an Adjunct Professor of Business Strategy at the Villanova University School of Business, Penn State University and Acadia University. While in Law School, Mark clerked in the US District Court in San Juan, PR.