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 Tom Patti  (1943 - )

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Lived/Active: New York/Massachusetts      Known for: blown glass vessels

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Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Tom Patti  has been blind in one eye since childhood, which has contributed to his interest in perception. His fascination with art and science is expressed in glass by creating spatial voids and depth to manipulate scale and perception.  Patti works glass in an inventive and distinctive manner to create exquisitely precise vessel-oriented forms. Despite their small size, Patti's sculptures have a commanding presence.

Thomas Patti studied fine art and design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where he earned a BID in industrial design in 1967 and a MFA two years later. During this period Patti developed a dual interest in art and science, studying with both Rudolph Arheim and Sybil Moholy-Nagy at the New School for Social Research in New York in 1969.  Involvement with EAT (Experiments in Art and Technology), a project co-founded by Robert Rauschenberg to promote collaboration between artists and engineers, furthered Patti's goal of integrating art, science, and technology.

In 1970 he left New York after being awarded a scholarship in glass studies at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina.  Throughout the 1970s he explored the potential of commercial glass in both large and small outdoor sculptural environments.  Patti's first solo exhibition was at the Contemporary Glass Gallery in New York.  In 1984 he was commissioned by the General Electric Company to create a large-scale sculpture predominately made of the company's then new plastics.  Patti returned to outdoor sculpture in the 1980s and was represented in the 1985 exhibition /Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood,/ held at Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

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