2017 Foreign Shores, in Paris

Le Pave d’ Orsay
48 rue de Lille 75007 PARIS, FRANCE

2016 Foreign Shores, 4 Culture Gallery,
Seattle, WA

Foreign Shores is an expansive collection of over eighty charcoal drawings that reflect upon our relationship to memory and time. Mounted in a narrative grid, extending wall to wall and floor to ceiling, the drawings surround the viewer with temporal associations. The drawings suggest meanings, metaphoric connections and shared stories constructed to give expression to a collected consciousness.

Exhibit at Galleria 10.2

Galleria 10.2, Milan, Italy, June 2013

Pat De Caro speaks at SAM

October 24th, 2012

Seattle Art Museum and Pecha Kucha Seattle present: Women Who Rock: Agents, Provocateurs & the Ideas That Inspire Them featuring rapid-fire presentations from an all-star roster of Seattle's women innovators including Sylvia Wolf, Fay Jones, Pat Graney, Margie Livingston, Elizabeth Sandvig, Barbara Earl Thomas, Mimi Allin, Helen Lowe, Jess Van Nostrand, Pat DeCaro, Ann Morris, and Davida Ingram.

2012 Twining Humber Award Winner

The Irving and Yvonne Twining Humber Award gives recognition for lifetime artistic achievement to a Washington State female visual artist, age 60 or over, who has dedicated 25 or more years of her life to creating art. This award is through nomination and this year 40 applications were received. It is made possible by a generous gift from Yvonne Twining Humber to the Artist Trust Endowment Fund.

2010 A.I.R. Residency,
Pilchuck Glass School

The returning artist residency fostered the progress of new work for the installation Wonderland, among other pieces, and it incorporated cast glass, found objects and drawings.

2009 John H. Hauberg Fellowship, Pilchuck School of Glass

It was a meaningful and rewarding experience to be part of an artist team who received this fellowship at Pilchuck. Glass School. Named for Pilchuck cofounder John H. Hauberg (1916–2002)— philanthropist, art collector, and important patron of artists—the fellowship was established to encourage collaboration among a group of outstanding artists. Often inspired by Pilchuck’s energy and environment, the artists who take part in this twelve-day residency are known for fostering collaboration and exchange within their self-defined group.

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