Pat Musick



Pat Musick was born in Los Angeles, California in 1926. An artist since age 4, she received a Fine Arts Scholarship as an undergraduate at the University of Southern California. Pat took additional art courses at Dartmouth College, Syracuse University. Later she earned a Masters and a PhD at Cornell in the early 1970's and taught at Cornell, SUNY Oswego, Syracuse University and the University of Houston and is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville.  "My art is a reflection of the tensions that exist between mankind and the natural environment. It addresses the havoc that we have done to the natural world and the devastation that  the natural world has wreaked upon mankind. I search for ways to create harmony and reconciliation of this situation both in the media and the content. Stone and wood speak for the physical world while rusted steel addresses human abuse of the environment. Through my work these conditions come together in a conversation of peace and spiritual quiet creating a reconciliation. In today's world so many of us cry out for such a healing."  For more information about Pat Musick and to view other artwork, visit: http://www.camusart.com/



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