Patricia Roach established her artistic credentials as a sculptor, working primarily in cast bronze. Initially a painter, she soon felt the desire to produce three dimensional work, being particularly drawn to primordial and biomorphic forms.

Patricia soon followed in the footsteps of her father, sculptor Harold Roach, whose looming painted steel works can be found both in private collections and outdoor public spaces throughout the country.

Patricia Roach's anthropomorphic pieces are instantly recognizable and have long been appreciated by established interior designers and art savvy collectors throughout the world. She has the unique ability to captivate her audience by successfully blending art and function with the permanence of bronze.

Her pieces have been featured in significant projects around the globe and have been frequently published in many prestigious publications including Architectural Digest, Veranda and Belle, as well as many important international magazines.

Patricia's sculptural vessels and lighting fixtures, in the form of table and floor lamps, share a sensuous and undulating rhythm, easily juxtaposed in environments of various periods and styles.

Patricia Roach Bronze Works can be seen at Jean de Merry showrooms in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, New York, and Amaree's in Newport Beach, California.