Pat Goslee is based in Washington, D.C. and makes art as a way to deal with the chaos of the world. Often bits of figurative elements can be seen that are in a state of entropic evolution; that is, they are falling apart while attempting to reorganize.
Her work has been acquired by numerous public and private collections, including the U.S. Embassies in Nepal and Ethiopia.
She has been a Visual Artist Fellowship recipient from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Her video work is featured in the textbook Art 101: Understanding Visual Images in Our World, and her paintings are included in the publications 100 Artists of Washington, DC and 100 Artists of the Mid-Atlantic. She has produced critically acclaimed curatorial projects that have introduced emerging talents to a wider audience. She has served on the board of directors for Quiescence Dance Company, Washington Arts Museum (WAM) and DC Art Center (DCAC) and the Artist Advisory Committee for IA&A at Hillyer. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally; showing at commercial venues, universities, alternative art spaces and art fairs.
She holds an MFA from Catholic University and a BFA from the University of Georgia.