‘The Quiet Eye’ is a Peaceful Place to See Yourself in More Than One Way

Pat Greene opened ‘The Quiet Eye’ off East Avenue in Medina not long before businesses were placed on pause around New York State; envisioned as a thoughtful place to learn and explore your artistic abilities, engage in exercises promoting intuitive development, or to buy some one-of-a-kind merchandise you won’t find anywhere else.

“I was just about to start intuitive development,” Greene said, discussing plans on picking up where she left off now that doors are open.  Intuitive development is, Greene explained, “If you want to explore your own ability to play with you own intuition, or spirit guides, then that is something I was going to do twice a month.”

Additionally, Greene makes herself available for fortune readings; an ability she says has been with her for decades.  Remarking on this, she shared, “I tell people about opportunities because nothing is absolute.  There is always personal will involved.”

(Pat Greene in her store ‘The Quiet Eye’)

Apart from services already mentioned, her artwork and building design are something special for a small community.  Holding a degree in the fine arts, it is no surprise she also provides the village with a space to explore their more artistic sensibilities.  Greene herself hosts painting classes every Tuesday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

‘The Quiet Eye’ is not only Greene’s space to teach, she explained, her doors are opened to area photographers, painters, and writers to host their own classes.  Just as noteworthy, the contracted individual keeps 75% of whatever they bring in from admissions for class.

Greene expressed excitement to be back.  During the pause, she spent time honing her skillset, “I just went to a workshop to learn new techniques from a master.  I like investing in myself to be a better a teacher.”

(Customers shop.)