My name is Patricia Sullivan. I’m a metalsmith and studio artist – living in the suburbs of Philadelphia across the great Delaware River in Southern New Jersey for the past fifteen years. I spent seven incredible years prior, living in both New York City and the Hudson Valley in New York, where I studied at Parsons School of Design, moving onward to receive my second (post-graduate) degree in Fine Arts/Metals at SUNY New Paltz. I am a Philadelphia native, and while growing up, I was exposed to all of the wonderful art and music this region has to offer. I attended Temple University in Philadelphia and received my first Bachelor’s degree there before my sojourn to New York began. I’ve exhibited my artwork nationally, including the National Liberty Museum, Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and one of only thirty-four artists worldwide invited to exhibit my artwork at the Center for Craft, Creativity & Design as part of Metalsmith Magazine‘s annual “Exhibition in Print – Moved By Metal: On Beauty as Interaction” by Guest Curator, Wendy Steiner. My multidisciplinary body of work incorporates digital art, metalwork and upcycled/repurposed materials to create one-of-a-kind objects.