Pat Albeck - Orange
House Leader - Hannah Dixon 11PA
Pat Albeck - Pat Albeck, was a prolific, gifted designer of printed textiles whose genius for flat pattern also took her into design for ceramics, wallpapers and a whole range of merchandise for the National Trust. At Beverley High school Pat had an excellent art teacher who focused on pattern-making and calligraphy. She spent four years at Hull College of Arts and Crafts at a time when ex-servicemen were flooding art schools, inspiring in their seriousness and determination and in 1950 won a scholarship to the RCA in London, to study printed textile design. From the start she found art materials inspiring, using all types of paper, often for cut-outs and collage, paints, fine inks applied by brush, and pens – including, by the 60s, felt-tips.
Pat Albeck- https://youtu.be/zf10JcT0LUs
The Guardian – Obituary - https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/sep/15/pat-albeck-obituary
Interview with Pat Albeck – Desert Island Disks - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/b05mpx0h
An interview with Pat Albeck’s son – Matthew Rice - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO89252JdH8