Currently residing in Meeker, Pat teaches figure drawing, painting, and research methods at Colorado Northwestern Community College.  She was drawn to NW Colorado because of its diverse landscapes - from mountainous terrain to high desert venues.  Interested in preserving a sense of “now” in the face of rapidly changing times- she most enjoys working on location and from life.  Her subject matter is drawn from the landscapes and life she sees around her.


Pat Sheeran/Daggett: Solo Exhibition,  Gallery of Graphic Arts, Manhattan, NY 2000-2003,2005
New Jersey Equine Artists Association 6th Annual Exhibit, Somerset Art Association, Bedminster, NJ 2004
Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Lindsborg, KS 1994
Pastels USA, Pastel Society of the West Coast, Roseville, CA 1998
Western Heritage Museum:  Vernal, UT 1993
Western Colorado Forever, Mesa Trust Show, Planet Wines, Grand Junction, CO 2011
Energy Art: Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO 1983
NCAA National: Northern Colorado Artists Association, Fort Collins, CO 2001
Mile High National, Pastel Society of Colorado, Aspen, CO 2007


Artist in Residence, San Juan National Forest, 2011
International Association of Pastel Societies, Conference cover Runner-Up, Albuquerque, NM, 1999
Montana Gathering of the Artists, Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic site, 2000
Pastel Society of Colorado
International Association of Pastel Societies

ColoWyo Coal Company
St Mary’s Hospital, Grand Junction, CO
Children’s Advocacy Center, Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Northwestern Community College, Craig, CO
Delores Public Lands Center Collection, San Juan National Forest

Pat’s artwork may be viewed at:
The Upstairs Gallery, 592 Main St., Meeker, CO

Pat Sheeran/Daggett was born in LaGrange, Illinois, she spent her childhood in northern Illinois and in the eastern foothills of the Rockies.  Pat majored in sculpture at Colorado State University.  After college, she volunteered at the Denver Art Museum and also worked as a private gallery director.  Since then, in addition to her art, Pat has worked closely with regional Arts & Humanities organizations including serving as president and several years as a board member for the Pastel Society of Colorado. She works primarily in oil and pastel.    
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