Andover Artist - Pat Keck

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Pat Keck sculptures are painted wood and mixed media some that are mechanical. Her father, James Kleck an retired MIT professor of mechanical engineering helps construct the moving parts. She also makes the costumes for the figures. She has had several exhibitions of her work, including the DeCordova Museum. She made the Dancing Man painted clown as a gift for the library. See

  • Original Art in Memorial Hall Library
  • "Pat Keck's World of Upside Down", Boston Globe, June 1, 1985
  • "Pat Kleck", Artforum, May 1994, page 105.
  • "Art Thrives in Quiet Life", Eagle Tribune, August 3, 1997
  • "Sculpturing in her Genes," Townsman, September 18, 2003, page 11
  • "The Lighthearted Puppet Master", New York Times October 12, 2003,
  • "They have a Life of Their Own", Boston Globe, October 28, 2003
  • "Mistress of the Macrabre. As Halloween Approaches, Meet an Andover Sculptor who’s Turned making Eerie figures into an Art Form", Townsman, October 30, 2003

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