Patricia Lois Nuss is a practicing artist and educator specializing in photography. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally, including within Select Art Fair during Art Basel Miami, the Corcoran College of Art and Design, PhotoNOLA, Maryland Institute College of Art, and the Florida State College Museum of Fine Art.
Nuss was raised by her father and spent half her life in Narragansett, RI and the other half moving around various parts of Florida. She received her BFA in Photography and her MFA in Studio Art & the Computer, both from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL.
For the last three years she has taught beginning through advanced courses as an adjunct faculty member at the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies in Daytona Beach, FL and recently took on a full time position building up the darkroom, digital photography, and visual fine arts program at a public high school in Naples, Florida.
Nuss makes artwork that investigates the comparative territories of human emotion as it relates to the many facets of culture. In her photographic research, she seeks to procure an intimacy with the women she photographs and to dissect the female idols presence and power.