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Public Art Commissions

2009    Morton Arborteum, Lisle, IL: Introductory installation for Animal Houses Project.
2005    Orange Line, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority: Pierce College Station Design Artist.

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GRANTS, RESIDENCIES, SYMPOSIA

2017    Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts, Alta Loma, CA: Artist in Residence.
2016    CAMAC, Centre D’Art, Marnay Art Center, Marnay-sur-Seine, France: Artist in Residence.
2010    Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, Japan: Artist in Residence.
2006    Ucross Foundation, Clearmont, WY: Artist in Residence.
2006    Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL: Artist in Residence.
2005    Jefferson City, Missouri:
TOPIARIES, Participant in Art Inside the Park. (catalog)..
2005    Parc De Manteling. Domburg, Netherlands: ALLÉE FOR DE MANTELING, Participant in Hidden Lanes/Verborgen Lanen. Event sponsored by CBK Zeeland (Cetrum voor Belldende Kunst Zeeland/Center for Visual Art Zeeland). (catalog).
2005    Center for Bioenvironmental Research, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. Panelist, Symposium Considering the Interrelationship of Culture and Science of the Mississippi River.
2004    A Studio in the Woods/Tulane University, New Orleans, LA: RIVER RESIDENCY: THE ART OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
2003    Sansung Park, Gongju, Korea: 2003 GEUMGANG INTERNATIONAL NATURE ART EXHIBITION, sponsored by YATOO, Korean Nature Artists Association, SHADOW HOUSE FOR GONGJU.
2002    Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Cazenovia, NY: THE TREE HOUSE, SHELTER, STAGE, SANCTUARY residency, WOODLAND NOSTALGIA.
2001    19th International Sculpture Conference, Pittsburgh, PA: Panelist, Water & Sculpture.
2001    Monarch Contemporary Sculpture Park, Tenino, Washington: SHADOW RING , Artist in Residence Project.
2001    Connemara Conservancy Foundation, Dallas, TX: Grant to produce OCTAGONAL CORD .
2000    California State University, Bakersfield, CA: SPACE FOR CONTEMPLATION , Artist in Residence Project.
1999    Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania: STRUCTURES FOR A LITHUANIAN FOREST , 7th International Sculpture Symposium.

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017    Bunny Gunner Gallery, Clearmont, CA: CLAUDE'S TULIPS.
2015    Fine Arts Building, Los Angeles, CA: INTRICACIES .
2012    Bunny Gunner Gallery, Pomona, CA: FLORAGALORA.
2008    Biola University, La Mirada, CA: GARDENSCAPE, NIGHT.
2008    PO@256 Project Space, dba256 Gallery, Pomona, CA: GARDENSCAPE.
2001    Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum, California State Un., San Bernardino, CA:
GURGLE, WEEP, FLOW . (catalog).
1997    Palos Verdes Art Center, Beckstrand Gallery, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA: ENTER, WALK, LISTEN .
1997    Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa: SOURCE.
1996    Palos Verdes Art Center, Collector's Gallery, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA: SELECTIONS 1993-1996 .
1994    Ventura College, Ventura, CA: CONTAINMENT.
1992    Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA: SPLIT STREAM, sculpture in conjunction with INSTRUMENTS OF SOUND .
1991    Chaffey College Campus, Rancho Cucamonga, CA: EARTH WHEEL , site specific installation.
1990    Chaffey College, Wignall Museum/Gallery Annex, Rancho Cucamonga, CA: FINDINGS . (catalog).

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SELECTED INVITATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

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2017
•   West Los Angeles College, Culver City, CA: UP THE CREEK
2016
•   Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts, Alta Loma, CA: SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN
2015
•   NewTown Arts, Pasadena City Library, CA: SHELVED ART 2
•   Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, Arcadia, CA: THE NATURE OF SCULPTURE.
•   El Camino College, Torrance, CA: BEAUTIFUL PLANET
•   L.A. International Airport, CA: ART ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT
2014
•   Theodore Payne Foundation, Sun Valley, CA: INSPIRED: LA ARTISTS RESPOND TO CA NATIVE PLANT GARDENS.
•   El Camino College, Torrance, CA: ARCHITECTURE DIGESTED
2012
•   Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA: THE CYLINDER, THE SPHERE, THE CONE
•   NewTown Arts, Pasadena, CA: HUGELY TINY
•   Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, Arcadia, CA: FORCES OF NATURE
•   Los Angeles Valley College, Valley Glen, CA: TRANSLATIONS: ARTISTS OF THE METRO ORANGE LINE
•   Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts, Alta Loma, CA: SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN
2011
•   Carroll Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA: SELECTED ARTISTS; A STUDIO IN THE WOODS
•   Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA: SPEAK FOR THE TREES
2010
•   Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA: SIGNS OF THE FOREST
2009
•   Cannon Art Gallery, Carlsbad, CA: MOVING POINTS: CONTEMPORARY DRAWING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA .
2007
•   Ontario International Airport, Ontario, CA: LOOKING AT PUBLIC ART.
•   Mount St. Mary's College, Jose Drudis-Biada Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA: drawings, FROM MY GARDEN.
•   Santa Ana College Art Gallery, Santa Ana, CA: QUIET LIFE: THE BOTANICAL WORLD.
2006
•   El Camino College, Torrance, CA: LANDSCAPE OF THE SUBLIME.
•   Ontario International Airport, Ontario, CA: LOOKING AT ART
2005
•   Municipal Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA: DWELLINGS.
•   Pierce College, Woodland Hills, CA: ART THAT WILL MOVE YOU, Metro Orange Line Art.
2003
•   Armory Center for the Arts Northwest, Pasadena, CA: IN THE NURSERY .
2002
•   Gongju Cultural Center, Gongju, Korea: EXHIBITION OF GEUMGANG NATURE ART PROJECT 2002 . (catalog).
•   Santa Ana College Art Gallery, Santa Ana, CA: FLORIBUNDA, A BOTANICAL ODYSSEY. .
•   Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia, PA: NEW FORMS IN NATURE .
•   El Camino College, Torrance, CA: WINTER'S BLOSSOM .
2001
•   Pierce College, Woodland Hills, CA: INVESTIGATING NATURE.
1999
•   El Camino College, Torrance, CA: CROSS CURRENTS .
•   Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA: PLANT LIFE .
1998
•   Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA: ELEMENTS . (catalog).
•   University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA: SCULPTURAL RHYTHMS , three person exhibition.
1997
•   SITE, Los Angeles, CA: H2O AN ENVIRONMENT , two person exhibition.
1996
•   Fullerton College Art Gallery, Fullerton, CA: PURSUIT: MAZE I , Collaborative Project, (catalog).
•   Chaffey College, Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA: PURSUIT: MAZE II , Collaborative Project, (catalog).
•   Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA: ON AND OFF THE WALL .
1995
•   Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA: NATURE RE(CONTAINED) . (catalog).
1994
•   Vacaville Museum, Vacaville, CA: ARTISTS ON WATER . (catalog).
•   Cypress College, Cypress, CA: CONVERGENCE: DIVERSE DIRECTIONS/DIVERSE EXPRESSIONS , Collaborative Project.
1993
•   The Art Works, Riverside, CA: CAUSE & EFFECT , two person exhibition.
•   FHP Hippodrome Gallery, Long Beach, CA: UNIFICATION: CULTURES IN COLLISION .
1992
•   Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX: CREATION AND RECLAMATION .
•   Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA: PERSONAL BORDERS .
•   The Art Works, Riverside, CA: ENCORE . 1991
•   Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton, CA: A PEOPLE PLACE , Collaborative Project.
•   Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, DC: VISION .
•   Los Angeles International Airport: EARTH & WATER: L. A. ARTISTS' VISIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS .
1990
•   Security Pacific Gallery at the Plaza, Los Angeles, CA: OF NATURE & NATION . (catalog).
•   Long Beach City College, Long Beach, CA: MANIPULATED ENVIRONMENTS . (catalog).
•   Irvine Civic Center, Irvine, CA: SCULPTURE ON VIEW: ART IN PUBLIC PLACES . (catalog).
•   The Art Works, Riverside, CA: TIMELESS IMPRESSIONS .
•   Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA: THE INGRAINED IMAGE . (catalog).
1988
•   Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA: WOMEN AND ENERGY . (catalog).
•   Woman's Building, Los Angeles, CA: WAYS WITH WOOD .
1987
•   Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, CA: CROSSGRAINS, A SURVEY IN WOOD .
•   Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA: NATURAL SOURCES . (catalog).
•   Univeristy of Cincinnati, OH: SMALL SCULPTURE INVITATIONAL: WORKS BY WOMEN , Circulated: Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX. (catalog).
•   Carnegie Arts Center, Covington, KY: NATIONAL SCULPTURE EXHIBITION: WORKS BY WOMEN (catalog).
1986
•   Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio: PAPER NOW: BENT, MOULDED AND MANIPULATED (catalog).
•   Security Pacific Gallery at the Plaza, Los Angeles, CA: ART EXPRESSIONS IN PAPER.
1984
•   Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum, Spokana, WA: PAPERWORKS: A NATIONAL INVITATIONAL (catalog).
•   Indiana State University, terre Haute, IN: PAPER TRANSFORMED. (catalog).
1982
•   American Craft Museum, New York, NY: MAKING PAPER. (catalog).
1981
•   Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX: NEW EXPRESSIONS . (catalog).
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PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

  • ART=START+Museum, Collection of Artists' Books, Middelburg, Netherlands.
  • Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA: EARTH WHEEL .
  • Clarion Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Community Redevelopment Agency, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania: STRUCTURES FOR A LITHUANIAN FOREST .
  • Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Medical & Surgical Group of Baytown, TX.
  • Monarch Sculpture Park, Tenino, Washington: SHADOW RING .
  • Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, CA.
  • Northwood Institute, Cedar Hill, Dallas, TX.
  • Sak's Fifth Ave., San Francisco, CA.
  • Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Cazenovia, NY: WOODLAND NOSTALGIA .
  • University of Texas at Austin, School of Law: Gift of Hyder Foundation.

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SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

  • Dr. and Mrs. Arden Albee, Altadena, CA
  • Rev. and Mrs. Kendall Baker, Seattle, WA
  • Dr. and Mrs. Sam Carmalt, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Ms. Sarah Cifarelli, Los Angeles, CA
  • Dr. and Mrs. Peter Fenner, Cincinnati, OH
  • Dr. and Mrs. John Green, Deluth, MN
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hayes, San Francisco, CA
  • Dr. and Mrs. Grant Heiken, Whidbey Island, WA
  • Ms. Trang Ho, Los Angeles, CA
  • Ms. Ann Hoy, Houston, TX
  • Mr. And Mrs. J. Paul James, Houston, TX
  • Mr. Larry Karr, Santa Monica, CA
  • Ms. Shelley Lavender, Brentwood, CA
  • Ms. Tobey Moss, Los Angeles, CA
  • Mr. And Mrs. Charles Mueller, San Antonio, TX
  • Ms. Jane Blaffer Owen, Houston, TX
  • Mr. Dennis Parlante, San Francisco, CA
  • Mr. Mike Peranteau, Houston, TX
  • Mr. Bob Porter, Los Angeles, CA
  • Ms. Roberta Score, Denver, CO
  • Ms. Jozelle Smith, Culver City, CA

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY -- REVIEWS AND ARTICLES

• Piet Augustijn, Natuurkunst: ... . Beelden [Images] , (Dutch Sculptor's Assn., Rotterdamn Neatherlands) No. 3, 2005, p.8-10.
• Susan Hymel, Pat Warner: River Resident . Country Roads , (Baton Rouge, LA) July, 2005, p.84.
• Charlene Roth, Pat Warner: Awareness in Action . Sculpture , (Washington, DC) April, 2003, p.20-21.
• Katherine Rushworth, Treehouses take you . . . . The Post-Standard/Stars , (Syracuse, NY) June 9, 2002, p.23.
• Devorah L. Knaff, Mechanical Forest Reveals . . . . The Press-Enterprise, (Riverside, CA) Oct. 20, 2001, p.E7.
• Kathleen Whitney, Going Natural. World Sculpture News, (Hong Kong) Summer, 2001, p.22.
• Alec Clayton, Visiting artists draw .... The Olympian, (Olympia, Washington) June 22, 2001, p.10.
• Joyce Ellen Weinstein, Europos Parkas, Open-Air Museum .... Sculpture, (Washington, DC) Dec., 2000, p.9.
• Karen Frimkess Wolff, A Reasonable Facsimile .... M.A. Thesis, Cal. State Un. Northridge, June, 2000, 115 pp.
• Suvan Geer, Cross Currents. ArtScene, (L.A., CA) December, 1999, p.13.
• Megumi Sando, Cross Currents exhibition at .... Easy Reader, (Torrence, CA), December 2, 1999.
• Josef Woodard, Sculptors' Works. L.A. Times, (L.A., CA), April 9, 1998.
• Suvan Geer, Pat Warner at Beckstrand Gallery. Artweek, (San Jose, CA),Nov.,1997, p.24.
• Bill Lasarow, Pat Warner's Enter, Walk, Listen. ArtScene, (L.A., CA),Sept., 1997, p.22.
Gallery 181 exhibit .... The Daily Tribune, (Ames, IA),August 28, 1997, p.A7.
• Meredith Grenier, Enter, Walk, Listen. Daily Breeze, (Torrance, CA), Aug. 20, 1997, p.F4.
• Matt Peiken, Water art .... Daily Republic, (Fairfield, CA), March 25, 1994, p.C5.
• Devorah L. Knaff, Two Complementing Duos. The Press-Enterprise, (Riverside, CA), April. 18, 1993, p.D2.
• Paul Salopek, Earth, air, water .... El Paso Times, (El Paso, TX), Mar 26, 1992.
• Brian Soergel, Nature demonstrates .... Daily Bulletin, (Upland, CA), Mar 2, 1991, p.A10.
• Dinah Berland, Contributing to solution .... Press-Telegram, (Long Beach, CA), Sept. 23, 1990, p.E3.
• Duncan Simcoe, Timeless Impressions. Artweek, Feb. 22, l990, p.l7.
• Mary Alice Cline, Two Collections .... The Press-Enterprise, (Riverside, CA), Jan. 28, l990, p.F2.
• Suvan Geer, Exhibit Splinters the Illusion. Orange County Register, (Santa Ana, CA), June 10, 1988, p.51.
• Terrence Word, Artbeat. Visions (Los Angeles, CA), Winter 1987, p.38.
• Melissa Stang, Gulf Coast Connections. Vinyl Arts Magazine (St. Paul, MN), June 1986, p.9.
• Shirle Gottlieb, Galleries. Press Telegram (Long Beach, CA), Feb. 1, 1985, p.12.

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY -- CATALOG ESSAYS

HIDDEN LANES/VERBORGEN LANEN, Ko de Jonge, CBK Zeeland, Middelburg, Netherlands..
GURGLE, WEEP, FLOW, Kathleen Whitney, California State University, San Bernardino, CA.
ELEMENTS, Scott Canty, Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA.
PURSUIT: MAZE I & MAZE II, Merle Schipper, Chaffey College, 1996, Rancho Cucamonga, CA & Fullerton College, 1996, Fullerton, CA.
NATURE RE(CONTAINED), Irvine Fine Arts Center, 1995, Irvine, CA.
MANIPULATED ENVIRONMENTS, Michael Laurence, Long Beach City College, 1990, Long Beach, CA.
OF NATURE AND NATION, Katya Williamson, Todd Wilkinson, and Steven Fuller, Security Pacific Corp., 1990, Los Angeles, CA.
FINDINGS, Suvan Geer, Chaffey College, l990, Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
THE INGRAINED IMAGE, Riverside Art Museum, 1990, Riverside, CA.
NATURAL SOURCES, Lawrence Gipe, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 1987, Los Angeles.
SMALL SCULPTURE INVITATIONAL: WORKS BY WOMEN, Univ. of Cincinnati, 1987, Cincinnati, OH.
PAPER NOW, Jane Glaubinger, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1986, Cleveland, OH.

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EDUCATION

1968-1972    Museum School of Art, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX.
1965-1967    Resided in Italy and Switzerland
                     Informative travels in Europe, Mideast, Africa, Central and South America, and Asia, observing the natural environment and indigenous cultures.

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