Born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, artist Scott Patt's work has been influenced by the art of the Pennsylvania Dutch, and by post pop consumerism with its primary colors and promises of a healthier tomorrow. His paintings and installations have been shown around the world --from Japan and Amsterdam to Portland and New York -- in spaces ranging from museums to alternative storefronts. His works have been shown at Winston Wächter in New York City, 212 Gallery in Aspen, Colorado, and the Portland Museum of Art, as well as galleries like McCaig-Welles and Compound Gallery. Scott Patt has been a body builder, a missionary, a surfer, a strip club sketch artist and a creative director. Scott Patt currently lives and works in Southern California.