Patsy Keller grew up in Oregon, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Pacific NW. She has always enjoyed creative pursuits, including photography, composing music, making jewelry, and working with glass. She began making stained glass in the mid-90s, and then moved to kiln-formed (a.k.a. fused) glass in the early 2000s. "I love playing with color, and the way light brings glass to life. I enjoy the challenge of seeing what I can get glass to do, and I love its paradoxical nature ~ it’s fragile, yet strong, and can be either whimsical or elegant.” Patsy’s work has been shown at the Unionville Art Gala, the Radley Art Show, the Chadds Ford Art Show, the Chester County Open Studio Tour, Galer Estate Winery, Blue Streak Gallery, and the DE Center for the Contemporary Arts, as well as at other shows/galleries in the area.