Patricia Missler Launches Online Store, Capturing the Imagination of Like-Minded Lovers of Art and Literature

Shortly after her renowned Houston art gallery opening, artist and writer Patricia Missler has opened an online store featuring “Pinkies.”
By: Patricia Missler - Author & Artist
Patricia Missler's Pinkies
Patricia Missler's Pinkies
KAILUA KONA, Hawaii - April 7, 2015 - PRLog -- Upon the heels of a successful February art gallery opening in Houston, Texas, Hawaiian artist and writer Patricia Missler has launched an online store, which focuses on her collection of Pinkies inspired by her book Pink Elephants & Chocolate Éclairs: Memoirs of a Border Town Chica (girl).

Missler’s innovative website makes it easy for art lovers to obtain signed copies of her book as well as giclée prints of twelve pink elephants, know to family, friends, and collectors as “Pinkies.” These unique pieces resonate deeply with those looking to tap into their inner child and enjoy the simple things of life. Also available is a line of quality stationary cards based on those twelve pink elephants.  She will soon be expanding her online store selection to include small original watercolor paintings.

In regards to her artistic process, Patricia explained, “My painting and writing partner each other, they go hand-in-hand.  One enhances the other in an organic and natural way.  I write with the same intense colors or serene colors I choose to paint with; words inspired by color, color inspired by words…Music also plays a role in my creative process and whenever possible I am listening to music. I’m such a visual, sensory type of person. Everything triggers my imagination.”

Missler commented on the inspiration for her new store, “My website is not only geared for sales but for easy navigation through the site and a pleasurable visual experience.  Most importantly it is geared at capturing the imagination of an audience interested in art and writing. My blog postings are set up to inspire and develop a loyal following of like-minded people. One day they may either become collectors of my fine art or may be inspired by my work to launch into their own explorations of the arts.”

While Missler has lived in Hawaii for over 30 years, she is a Texas native. In February, she had an extremely popular book signing and abstract art exhibition at Esperson Gallery at GreenStreet in downtown Houston. This show was an example of her exploration into a greater mainland market. The show was attended by many influential Houstonians and business representatives.

In regards to the expanded art market she is developing in Houston and other big cities around the Southwest, Patricia found the art opening and book signing in Houston to be heartwarming and humbling. She stated, “I was greeted by this great big city with such enthusiasm, warmth, and wide-open arms; I couldn’t be more thrilled! The body of work that was featured included seventeen large original abstract paintings on canvas and over fifty-five original watercolor abstracts in various sizes. There was something for everyone and that pleases me immensely. I hope to return soon for a second exhibit, even bigger than my first.”

About Patricia Missler:

Patricia Missler and her husband Dux Missler have owned and operated their own art gallery, Lavender Moon Gallery, in Hawaii for fifteen years.  Patricia has recently begun to stretch her reach from Hawaii to a few choice premiere mainland gallery locations wishing to feature her paintings and promote her first book Pink Elephants & Chocolate Éclairs: Memoirs of a Border Town Chica (girl). She is currently finishing work on a second book to be released in the near future.  More information about her work can be found at

Patricia Missler - Author & Artist

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