About Patricia Moody Harveson

Patricia is an artist and conservationist with a deep love of nature. She is formally trained as a wildlife biologist with a doctorate in wildlife science from Texas A&M University. She has 30 years of experience studying carnivores and their prey. Before recently retiring, she spent 15 years as a research scientist and professor with the Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University. Currently, her work focuses on wildlife conservation through research, education, advocacy, and art.

Patricia is a native of West Texas and lives in Alpine where she enjoys spending time in the beautiful mountains of the Big Bend. She is a member of Artist for Conservation and her artwork is represented by the Gallery on the Square (Alpine) and the Old Spanish Trail Gallery (Fort Davis).

Commitment to Conservation

As an artist, Patricia’s goal is to inspire love and appreciation for nature. Her paintings express her profound respect for the earth’s wild fauna and flora by portraying their beauty and intelligence.

She uses her work to promote the conservation of wildlife and their habitats by supporting the conservation organizations working towards their preservation.

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