From her studio in rural Cheshire, artist Patricia Lee creates beautiful art using glass and mosaic.
Patricia has worked on high-profile art projects including Go Superlambananas for Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture year and Our City for which she teamed up with CITV Art Attack’s Neil Buchanan. In 2014 Patricia was selected to exhibit in the first British exhibition at the prestigious Recontres des Internationales de Mosaïque, in Chartres, France. In 2019 Patricia was a winning artist on BBC1's Home Is Where The Art Is, hosted by Nick Knowles.
Her mosaic and fused glass sculpture Mandy MandalaSuperlambanana was originally created as a symbol of peace, hope and unity for the communities of Liverpool 8 during Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture. Mandy went on to sell at auction for £25,000 to TV Producer and Chair of The Culture Company, Phil Redmond, and is now housed in the Museum of Liverpool on Albert Dock. Patricia’s success has firmly established her as one of the North West’s leading contemporary glass and mosaic artists.
‘Glass is an exquisite medium to work with. It has a unique ability to play with light; creating beautiful and mesmerising effects. I’m constantly learning new ways of working with glass and experimenting with new ideas.’
Patricia runs popular courses in Glass Fusing, Stained Glass and Mosaic at her Cheshire studio as well as working with schools, hospitals, NHS Trusts, the prison service and community groups to create art for public spaces.
Patricia also designs and makes a range of small glass gifts and decorative pieces that are available to buy in her online shop and in selected retail outlets and galleries.