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Blair's work has been published in Letter Arts Review, Scripsit, Martha Stewart Weddings, and Tabellae Ansatae. She is a member of the faculty of the Loudoun Academy of the Arts, and has been on the faculty of the 21st International Calligraphy Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Blair is past president of the Washington Calligraphers Guild, and was co-director of Letterforum, at the 26th International Calligraphy Conference.
In 2005 Pat Blair was awarded the honor "Master Penman" by the International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting (IAMPETH) for her Spencerian round hand style of script used in White House invitations.
- "Why the White House Spends $277,000 on Calligraphers" By Peter Weber, The Week March 7, 2013.
- "White House employs three calligraphers with combined salary of $277,050" By Nicole Lafond The Daily Caller March 6, 2013.
- Swerdloff, L. (2008) "White House calligraphers: Patricia Blair, Debra Brown, Rick Muffler". Scripsit (Journal of the Washington Calligraphers' Guild) vol 29, no. 3/vol. 30, no. 1, Fall 2007/Winter 2008, pp. 2–11.
- "Tour of the White House Calligraphy Office". C-SPAN. December 1, 2008.