Patricia Cronin is a multi-disciplinary artist who subverts historical images and traditional artists’ materials by injecting her contemporary political content addressing feminism, sexuality and economic & social justice. She sometimes writes books, and works in photography, watercolor, oil painting, installation, monumental bronze and marble sculpture and public art focusing on the personal and international rights of women. Cronin is an awardee of the Rome prize and Pollock-Krasner award, and exhibited Shrine for Girls at Venice Biennale and The Flag Foundation, New York City. Her work is included in Marilyn Stokstad’s Art History, author of Harriet Hosmer: Lost and Found, A Catalogue Raisonne. She received her MFA from Brooklyn College.