Drawing and start of Relief based on pose shown in following maquette sculpture.

Drawing and start of Relief based on pose shown in following maquette sculpture.



Pat Haase creates realistic figurative sculptures, which  capture familiar emotional gestures. Most of Pat Haase’s work is ceramic, though she has worked in Wood, Wax, Glass, Bronze, Paper, and Plaster. 

Her awareness of posture and anatomy comes from teaching Yoga for 20 years, and from her medical background.   

Pat's sculptures  convey personality, attitude, and mood  expressively.  While Pat’s figures stand(sit or lie) alone, the posture, gesture, and facial expression suggest a narrative about what just happened, or what may soon happen. 
Pat Haase also teaches sculpture, and has been studio Assistant for Tip Toland as she prepared for her one woman show at Bellevue Arts Museum, WA. in Fall of 2008; and for her gallery show at Barry Friedman’s in Chelsea, Manhattan, NY, in spring of 2012

[Photo at left" taken by my Grandmother when I was about 3 years old, and titled, "Reluctant Receiver".]

Art Education
1990’s Study with Jim Smith, woodcarver, Tacoma Wa.
2001 to present: Various Puget Sound area college art classes. 
2004 to present: Gage Academy of Art, Seattle WA.
Study with Master-Sculptors: Boris Spivak, Matt Buckner, John Sisko, Tip Toland, and Michael Magrath.   I have also studied drawing with many teachers at Gage. 
2007 to 2012. Studio Assistant for Tip Toland.
2009 and 2011: Pottery Northwest and Pratt Institute, Seattle.
 Susan Balshor, Kiln Cast Glass and mold making.
2012 July 2-11. juried participant: Work Intensive III “Figuration”  at California State University Long Beach Ceramics Department, Tony Marsh, director. 

Other Education
1994, Master’s in Applied Behavioral Science, Organizational Development, Leadership Institute of Seattle, City University. 
1988, Board certified in Internal Medicine and certified by American Society of Addiction Medicine. 
1982, Post graduate Residency in Internal Medicine, University of Pittsburgh; 
1979, Medical Doctorate, University of Illinois. 
1975, BA in Biology, University of Illinois.

Selected Shows and exhibits:
2013, September through December: Invited artist for group show, curated by Tip Toland, Doug Jeck, and Akio Takamori, Seward Park Clay Studio Gallery at Seattle Design Center. “Figure Invitational Northwest, Sculptors.”

2008 through 2013, life sized ceramic figures placed at Monarch Sculpture Park, Olympia, WA.

September 2011 Seattle Sculpture Guild group show at Art/Not Terminal Gallery, Seattle, WA.

March 2012, 2011, 2009, 2007, 2006, 2005,2004  UNCLAD, The Fine Art of the Figure, Juried show, >