Andover Artist - Pat Keck

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*"Art Thrives in Quiet Life", Eagle Tribune, August 3, 1997
*"Art Thrives in Quiet Life", Eagle Tribune, August 3, 1997
*"The Lighthearted Puppet Master", New York Times October 12, 2003,
*"The Lighthearted Puppet Master", New York Times October 12, 2003,
*"They have a Life of Their Own", Boston Globe, October 28, 2003
*"They have a Life of Their Own", Boston Globe, October 28, 2003
*"Mistress of the Macrabre. As Halloween Approaches, Meet an Andover Sculptor who’s Turned making Eerie figures into an Art Form", Townsman, October 30, 2003
*"Mistress of the Macrabre. As Halloween Approaches, Meet an Andover Sculptor who’s Turned making Eerie figures into an Art Form", Townsman, October 30, 2003
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Pat Keck sculptures are painted wood and mixed media. She made the Dancing Man painted clown as a gift for the library.


See

  • Original Art in Memorial Hall Library
  • "Art Thrives in Quiet Life", Eagle Tribune, August 3, 1997
  • "The Lighthearted Puppet Master", New York Times October 12, 2003,
  • "They have a Life of Their Own", Boston Globe, October 28, 2003
  • "Mistress of the Macrabre. As Halloween Approaches, Meet an Andover Sculptor who’s Turned making Eerie figures into an Art Form", Townsman, October 30, 2003



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