Pat Warner

Residency
Artistic River Residencies
Type of work
Sculptor
Location
California
Year
2004

Pat Warner was born and raised in an agricultural area of southeastern Pennsylvania, and traveled extensively throughout the world observing the natural environment and indigenous cultures. Those experiences influence her indoor and outdoor sculptural environments and drawings that are involved with the relationship of humans and nature. Warner has participated in symposiums and residencies regionally, nationally and internationally and her public art projects include being design artist for the Pierce College Station on the LAMTA Orange Line and designing and fabricating a work for the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, IL.

 

“Spending a month along the Mississippi gave me uninterrupted time to think about water issues in an area where water is abundant, and often an inundating force.”