2020 art sale and exhibition
Pati Stajcar was born in southeastern Pennsylvania. After more than ten years in the airline industry, she left in 1985 to pursue sculpting as a professional career.
As Pati observes, “I have my choice of living anywhere in the world and Golden, Colorado is that place. The abundance of wildlife, sun, snow and art make this the place I call home.”
Pati consistently wins awards, receives national recognition for her sculpture and is invited annually to participate in and judge exhibitions and juried shows nationwide.
Working in wood, bronze, and stone, Pati uses nature as her guide. Her subject matter is design, flow, and balance resulting in pieces that excite the viewer and fit comfortably in any setting.
She is an elected member of Academic Artists Assoc., Allied Artists of America, National Sculpture Society, The Bennington Collective, and Society of Animal Artists. She volunteers as a docent with Natures Educators and as a firefighter with Foothills Fire and Rescue.
Permanent, public monumental placements include the following: Greeley, Colorado Water Works; Jupiter, Florida City Hall; Lenexa, Kansas Police Station; Cypress Gardens, Florida; Orlando, Florida Convention Center; Jupiter, Florida City Hall; Hurst, Texas City Hall; The Wildlife Museum, Parker CO and the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum in Oradel, New Jersey.