Patrick Gallagher is a professional artist, designer, sculptor and print maker. He specializes in decorative architectural artifacts for public, private and spiritual environments. Patrick has helped make Celtic Art a modern phenomenon and his work is archived by the UCLA School of Architecture and Design. He designs and fabricates jewelry and works in most medias that can have Celtic Art and design applied, including monuments, casement molding and sculptural reproductions.
He is an Adjunct Professor at the County College of Morris, currently teaching Sculpture, Three- Dimensional Design and Art History.
His expertise is in the “Book of Kells” style and design work. Patrick has taught Celtic Studio Art at hundreds of venues including recently three Summer Celtic Art Workshops at the Oideas Gael School at Glencolumkille in Ireland.