Pat KaborePat Kabore is known for her prints, mixed media, and fiber works, and has works in the permanent collection of the Corcoran Gallery, the Smithsonian's American Museum of History, and other art institutions. Kabore's mediums include fiber, printmaking, photography, acrylics and watercolors. Her work has been shown at the National Black Fine Art Show and in Detroit, Baltimore, Greenville, Ashville, Dayton, Windsor and Ontario, Canada.
When the Arts League looked at the opportunity to pay tribute to, and to honor the similarities between women, it was very clear that many of the experiences and ties of women of African American, Asian American, Hispanic American and Native American heritage, while different, were more similar than they were different. It was this unique similarity that helped shape and form She Be Me, a group of 21 women artists representing their cultural communities and traditions that spanned locality, language, nationality and individuality of which Pat Kabore was program coordinator.