Rumored to be from Saturn, Pat Langley is a non-binary artist who grew up in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2016. They are a detail-oriented artist who works primarily with glass.
They are currently exploring the phrase “cradle of life”, in reference to the evolution of life on earth and its oceanic origins. Taking inspiration from their recent time in the Pacific Northwest and Norfolk, Virginia, Pat is creating work that aims to start a conversation about the meaning of life, the universe, and everything.
Pat believes in the importance of arts education, and that every person deserves the opportunity to learn and express themselves through art. They love to travel, and strive to bring love, beauty, and inspiration into others’ lives by promoting creativity.
Pictured: A photo of Pat holding a 7:1 scale Gamblin Oil Paint tube made from cardboard, paper, and paint. They made this for store decor at Creative Coldsnow in Westport, KCMO in 2018.