© 2018 by Pat Borow

About

I’ve been active as an artist for about twelve years, following five years of study. Prior to that, I lived in Los Angeles, where I graduated from UCLA, with a major in experimental psychology specializing in perception.

 

After college I traveled extensively, then returned to Los Angeles to work in the film and home entertainment industries (production, development, research and writing for independent film and MGM) and the music industry (national advertising, marketing and product management for Warner Bros. and RCA) until moving to Atlanta, where I had lived as a child and adolescent. Since that time I have studied and practiced art and perfumery, as well as experimenting in the nascent field of olfactory art.

 

I worked with Eyedrum in Atlanta for five years, as a gallery volunteer, member of the Art Committee and Board member, supervising all the volunteers and coordinating exhibitions. After their Grant Park location closed, I became involved with the new Norton Arts Center, in Hapeville. 

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Exhibitions include:

 

Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery, Atlanta

 

Group shows and auctions 2005 - 2008

also served on Art Committee and as adjunct board member

 

Norton Arts Center (Artist in Residence and Curator)

Hapeville, GA

 

Exhibits and open studios include:

 

12/3/2011 Holiday show

1/28/2012 solo show “East/West/East” paintings /and drawings

1/28/2012 solo show “Scents of Place” olfactory representations

2012 - 2014 Ongoing group shows, commissions, open studios and offsite exhibits:

“3 Artists” (with Allen Mason and Lee Eddie) May 25 - June 25, 2014

“Shrimp” 11/22 - 12/6/2014

 

General exhibit, Georgia State Perimeter College, February/March  2016

 

Lydon House Arts Center, Athens, GA 8/3/2016 - 10/13/2016

 

“The Garden of Unearthly Delights: Hieronymus Bosch in the 21st Century” 8/5 - 9/3/2016, Whtespace Gallery, Atlanta (curated by Jerry Cullum) olfactory representations

 

“The Art of Protest” Sycamore Place Gallery, Decatur, GA 9/1/2017 - 10/1/2017 (conceptual piece, “The Trump Fan”)