Patricia Goodrich is a visual artist and poet. She has been working and exhibiting through- out the world in a variety of visual disciplines since the late ’80s. Her paintings, photographs, sculpture and earthworks are in collections in China, Egypt, Haiti, Lithuania, Morocco, Federation of Russia, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey and the US. She is a recipient of fellowships and residencies through the Andy Warhol Foundation, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Santa Fe Art Institute, Yaddo, . . . the list goes on.
Goodrich’s poetry has been translated into Chinese, Finnish, French, Lithuanian and Romanian. She has received Pennsylvania Fellowships in Poetry and Creative Nonfiction. Her books of poems include Stone Hunting in Transylvania, Woman With a Wandering Eye, How the Moose Got To Be, Verda’s House, and Red Mud.
Goodrich holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Michigan University and Master of Arts degree from the University of Northern Colorado. She attended the University of New Mexico and the University of the Arts/Philadelphia. She resides in Bucks County. Preview her work at patriciagoodrich.com.
“Boxes are often used to sort and separate, or merely to contain objects, I see them as opportunities to make connections, to play with the odd juxtaposition that makes a sense beyond reason, to explore multiple perspectives . . . Wherever I travel, I look for them, the more used the better—the more stories they hold.” —Patricia Goodrich
One-to-one Conversations with Patricia available Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19 from 9am – 4:30 pm by appointment only. Please call 610.683.6440 to reserve.
New Arts Program is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit service organization and museum. Exhibitions and consultations are free of charge.