Born in North Hollywood, California, Pat has lived throughout the West: Montana, Arizona, Alaska, Oregon, Washington and California. She began painting and sculpting over 40 years ago as a mostly self-taught artist. Today, her work is in hundreds of private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Pat's life-sized and heroic public sculptures are located in Scottsdale, Phoenix and Prescott, Arizona; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Chicago, Illinois; Bozeman, Montana and New York City, New York.
Heard Museum;New York Life Insurance Company;The American Quarter Horse Association;Trammell Crow Company;William Grace Company;Opus Developments;Mountain Oyster Club;Forest Highlands Clubhouse;The Estes Company;
National Cowboy Hall of Fame; Oklahoma City, OklahomaMontana Historical Society; Helena, MontanaWestern Heritage Center Art Classic; Billings, MontanaFounders Show—Grand Central Galleries; New York City, New YorkOS Ranch Show; Post, TexasTuscon Museum of Art—Annual Mountain Oyster Show; Tucson, ArizonaArizona Wildlife Exhibit—Mesa Southwest Museum; Mesa, ArizonaMontana Historical Society; Helena, MontanaScottsdale Rotary Invitational; Scottsdale, ArizonaWomen Artists and the West, Tucson Museum of Art; Tuscon, ArizonaStamford Art Foundation; Stamford, Texas
Marquis Who’s Who of American Women;Contemporary Western Artists;Contemporary American Women Sculptors;Art of the West Guidebook;"American Women Artists & the West;Dictionary of American Sculptors;Southwest Art Magazine;Art of the West;Arizona Highways