After 22 years of living and working as an artist in Raleigh, North Carolina, Pat Scull has relocated to a new home and studio on ten acres outside of Chapel Hill. An explorer of artistic processes and mediums, she creates her own imaginary world using clay, paint, wood, found objects, and metal.
Pat graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BFA in painting and studied printmaking at the Corcoran school of Art in Washington DC and UNC Chapel Hill. Then for over 20 years, she was a member/studio artist within an artist association affiliated with the non-profit, Artspace, located in Raleigh. As a studio artist at Artspace, Pat maintained an open studio that helped to "inspire creativity by engaging the community in the visual arts process.
Pat has shown her work nationally through the juried American Craft Council craft shows, Atlanta, Charlotte, Sarasota, Chicago, and Baltimore - Hand Workshop in Richmond - Washington Craft Show in Washington DC - Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore - Crafts New York, in Manhattan - and the Smithsonian Craft Show also in Washington, DC.