Host Shawn Pfunder shares a drink with the owner of Fogue

At 53, Patti was laid off from her corporate job and faced a new struggle: companies weren’t into hiring someone her age. Determined to push forward, she knew she wanted to take a stand for “old fogies” like her who were struggling to find work over the age of 50. She opened up Fogue Studios, a supportive (and damn cool) space for artists over 50. Patti and Shawn chat about her first business ideas that failed, finding success doing what she loves and staying true to herself along the way.  

Fogue Studios on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

"FOGUE STUDIOS & Gallery is hell bent on redefining what it means to be an artist over 50" -Nancy Guppy, Host of Art Zone on The Seattle Channel 


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KING 5's Take 5 with Chris Cashman

CHRIS TALKS to Fogue's Patti Curtis regarding her anti-ageism crusade through art and the day the mayor of Seattle , Jenny Durkin and Chief  of Police Carmen Best came in for a gallery tour. art gallery artist community


FOGUE STUDIOS Owner Patti Curtis and Artist Scott Gibson discuss Georgetown's Fogue Studios and Gallery with Pat Pauley