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Mary Patricia Warming

Artist, Curator, Gallery Owner

I create projects integrating Visual Art with Architecture & Science. By enhancing the elegance of exemplary architecture, the art remains a mechanism for contemplation while we remain awed by the surrounding structure.

The aesthetics of scientific information assimilates into my graphic prints- as do the inherent aesthetics of the architectural drafts on which many of my graphics are assembled. Allowances for the copyrighted materials used in these graphics are part and parcel of my artwork.

Each of my projects begin with my drawings of specimens from world-renowned museums of biodiversity and evolution. My project collaborators include: the American Museum of Natural History, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, UC Berkeley's Essig Museum of Entomology, Naturkundemuseum, Berlin, and Directors of Conservation from the US Department of Fish and Game.

Work Experience

Vladimir Nabokov Museum


Permanent Solo Exhibition of “Endangered Blue”, a graphic print series created in association with the American Museum of Natural History, the US Department of Fish and Game's Albany Pine Bush Preserve, and the Essig Museum of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley. These prints are the only artworks exhibited in the museum's library, a library exquisitely reconstructed from one remaining photograph taken before the Bolshevik Revolution. Additional research was done in the Nabokov Archive of the New York Public Library.
Present Russian Federation

International Artists Manifest

Cofounder and Vice President of the board of Directors

Created non-profit organization for underrepresented artists' collection management beginning with an extensive archive donated by the Carlo Pittore Foundation for the Figurative Arts. Working to preserve, promote and position collections internationally. Responsible for strategic growth, including collection development. Supervising international relations and regulations. Promotions included my concept and installation of a large-scale art installation of sails included in my bechance portfolio. (Co-authored website)
June 2012 - Present Maine, United States

Freie Universität Berlin

Concept Artist, Graphic Artist, Exhibition Designer, Art Director

Inaugural exhibition of traveling Art + Architecture + Science project with the Freie Universität Berlin and installation of 33 large scale graphic prints with the architecture of Foster + Partners' Philology Library

Concept and installation for inaugural project with Foster + Partners' Philology Library. Prints include concurrent scientific information on Neuroscience and the Psychology of Aesthetics. Developed in association with Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology and Naturkundemuseum, Berlin's vast museum and research institute for Biodiversity and Evolution. Installation opened for Berlin's Long Night of the Sciences. Speaking Engagement sponsored by the US Embassy Berlin.
June 2009 - July 2011 Berlin, Germany

Yale University

Curator for Franke Program in Science and the Humanities

Developed, curated, created art, and installed an international exhibition of Art/Science on the subject of “Bird Architecture, the coevolutionary aesthetic of bird and man”. My artwork for this project featured experiments by scientists from Yale's Prum Lab of Ornithology and Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. Event management included creating marketing materials.
February 2015 - May 2015 New Haven, Connecticut, United States


Northeastern University

Visiting Scholar + Artist/Research Associate

Included Art Exhibition and publishing workshop at Harvard Radcliffe
1999 - 2000 Boston, Massachusetts, United States

University Of Washington

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature

1991 - 1994 Seattle, Washington, United States

University Of Copenhagen

Independent Study Foreign Exchange

1992 - 1993 Copenhagen, Denmark


German (Beginner),
English (Native),


Adobe Photoshop, Art Direction, Concept Art, Final Cut Pro, Graphic Design, Illustration, New Media, Sculpture,