Father/Daughter wood kinetic sculpture team
Patera Kori Studios is the collaborative sculpture studio of father/daughter team of Eduardo Uttridge and Darlene Davis. The studio name is a tribute to their greek heritage. In Greek, “Patera” means father and “Kori” means daughter. Eduardo and Darlene work in many art mediums but have primarily focused on kinetic wood sculptures since 2013.
Darlene graduated George Washington University with a degree in Marketing/Advertising. Eduardo began his career as a nuclear engineer before changing directions that led him to own a construction company and then an art school in the Washington DC area.
Darlene and Eduardo work on each sculpture together. Darlene’s studio is in Richmond, VA and Eduardo’s is in Vero Beach, FL. They visit each others studios regularly to collaborate and work on all aspects of their sculptures.
Patera Kori Studios sculptures are shown in galleries throughout the United States and have been purchased by international corporations and art collectors in the United States and abroad.
Vero Beach, FL
My partner and father, Eduardo, produce these kinetic wood sculptures along with some spiral tables together. We have two studios that we work out of, Richmond, VA and Vero Beach, FL.
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