Warren, RI--Pat Warwick has never been far from the sea. Raised in New England, she spent many summers in the beach town of Old Lyme, CT. After graduating from RISD, Pat left the area on an old schooner headed for the Caribbean. Her talents as a graphic designer eventually brought her to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, where she illustrated and designed materials for the Institute’s Marine Resource Center. The resulting drawings became the basis for her first installation – a school of fish for her own kitchen. Twenty-five years later, Pat’s commissioned work can be seen in private homes around the world. Within the US, her work may be found in galleries and juried artisan shows. Still living by the sea, Pat continues to refine her signature themes, while exploring new tribal designs inspired by her travels to Zanzibar, Mali, and Tanzania.