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Pat Lange
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P.O. Box 157, Hopewell, NJ
(609) 466-1586          

"People of the Land," stoneware clay totempole, about 4 feet tall, $1,200.
The title refers to the tribe Mapuches (Mapu, "of the Land" and Che, "People" ), inhabitants of the South and Patagonia regions of Chile. Their culture has greatly influenced my work. 

"Surprise," $320

   Born in Santiago, Chile, Ms. Lange has been a resident of Hopewell Township since 1977, where her sculptures can be seen outside her home on Route 518 near Stoney Brook Road.

            In Chile, Ms. Lange studied art with sculptor Totila Albert and studied in the School of Applied Art in Santiago.  In the late 60’s she moved to New York City and began to work in copper and enamels with Marion Welsh.
 
            Ms. Lange has worked for the last 25 years on outdoor sculptures in stainless steel and aluminum, creating large modern structures for outdoor spaces as well as for interior walls.  Her work has been purchased by several corporations and private collectors, and she is currently working on a commission for a 9-foot tall aluminum piece for an apartment complex park near San Francisco. Recently, she made a chalice sculpture in aluminum that was dedicated by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton.

            Ms. Lange is also an accomplished artist in the medium of clay, which she began working with only in recent years. She has created free-form sculptures in clay, and has exhibited her pottery and clay work in Hopewell as well as in various galleries in Pennsylvania and New Jersey areas.
 
            She is a member of the Philadelphia Sculptors Group.  Her work has been exhibited at many venues, including:

PENNSWOOD VILLAGE GALLERY – Newtown, Pa 
HOPEWELL RAILROAD STATION GALLERY, Hopewell, NJ 
GOLDMAN BUILDING – Philadelphia, Pa
GROUNDS FOR SCULPTURE – Hamilton, NJ
THE QUIETUD GARDEN GALLERY  -  East Brunswick
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB GALLERY  -   Princeton, NJ
JOHNSON & JOHNSON GALLERY -  New Brunswick, NJ
ZIMMERLI MUSEUM  -  New Brunswick, NJ
NABISCO GALLERY -  East Hanover, NJ
KORBY GALLERY  -  Cedar Grove, NJ
McCARTER THEATER  - Princeton, NJ
NJ OPERA KIRBY CENTER  -  Lawrenceville, NJ
BELL LABORATORIES GALLERY -  Holmdel, NJ
AT&T CORPORATE GALLERY  -  Hopewell, NJ
STAITON HALL GALLERY  -  Pennington, NJ
TRENTON CITY MUSEUM  -  Trenton, NJ

            She has designed and created logo signs for Curacao Trading Co., Shoemaker USA, Inc. and Weyerhaeuser Co.   Work installed in NJ Hospital Association, Bristol-Myers Squibb, 101 Carnegie Center, UUCP in Princeton, and several private collections.

 

Quark Park is being developed by Kevin Wilkes, AIA; Peter Soderman; and Alan Goodheart, ASLA.
The World Hope Foundation has joined forces with this team to be the fiscal agent for the project. The World Hope Foundation mission supports self-determination in communities by bringing resources to community members and educational experts that are willing to step forward and enhance the lives of their children and elders. The Foundation is a qualified as a Federal
501 (c)(3) charitable organization and as such is eligible to solicit and support charitable causes.
Web design and photos by Cie Stroud are © 2006

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