Formal Training


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Pat at Cooper Union
St. Francis - Etching/drypoint

In 1951 Pat received a scholarship to New York's Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. She studied at the prestigious art school for four years and specialized in fine arts and graphic design. Known for its intellectual rigor, the Cooper Union encouraged Pat to seek a more personal expression of her ideas through her art. Intense study and discussions with professors and fellow students expanded Pat's artistic horizons and gave birth to her unique style, freely expressive and often rich in religious symbolism.

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