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Pat has been a programmer and systems analyst for many years, working for IBM in Salt Lake City and Honeywell in Chicago and finally starting her own business. "I still have clients and love to help them solve problems. It has always been a creative and rewarding vocation for me."
In the early 90's Pat developed a love of glass art and started collecting glass pieces. A few years ago she decided to try her hand at creating glass and purchased a small kiln. Little did she know how it was going to take over her life!
She has now added a second kiln and any available funds are spent on classes, glass and tools. (and her electric bill!)
"I love to experiment with different colors and textures. Every time I open my kiln there is a surprise waiting for me. The latest piece is usually my favorite - until I make the next one."
Member of the Sonoran Arts League
Member of the Arizona Glass Alliance
Participant in the 2014, 2015 "Hidden in the Hills" art tours
Selected for the Sky Harbor Airport Museum exhibit in 2014-2015
Represented by the Ted Denton Gallery, Carefree AZ
November 2015 Workshop with Anne Nye
Phoenix Center for the Arts
Winter 2015: Workshop with Richard Parrish
Mesa Arts Center Glass fusing classes
Summer 2012 Workshop Mesa Arts Center Glass textures
Spring 2012 - Meltdown Studios: Glass Workshop
Spring 2012 - Glasshopper Studio workshop
Summer 2011 - Pittsburgh Glass: Incorporating flameworked glass into fused pieces
Spring 2010 - Workshop - Meltdown Studios
Spring 2010 - Private lessons
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