Patrice Sullivan lives and works in Phoenix, AZ. She received her MFA from University of Pennsylvania and an undergraduate degree from Massachusetts College of Art. She has shown extensively nationally and internationally, including Gracie Mansion, Jim Kempner and Robert Miller Galleries in NYC and the Gallery of Vaclav Spala in Prague. Sullivan has been member of the Spark Gallery in Denver from 2014-2019. She has had shows at Rhode Island College, Krause Gallery in RI, Somerville Museum and Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art. Residencies include The Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s “World Views” Program, Maryland Institute College of Art, Alfred & Trafford Klots International Program, Léhon, France, Scuola Internazionale Di Grafica Venezia, Venice, Italy, and Chalk Hill Residency in Healdsburg, CA. She has received many grants throughout her career through the university, showing in the faculty gallery yearly. Patrice pioneered & initiated a study abroad program in Italy for summer courses and taught two semesters.