Patrick Zumpano (b. 1996 Richmond Hill, Ontario), is an inter-disciplinary artist who primarily works in large scale printmaking and brings elements of installation to create spaces of changed perspectives. Currently completing his fourth year of study in Fine Art at Queen's University, Zumpano's work takes inspiration from psychopathology, the scientific study of mental illness, and juxtaposes different time periods to create comparisons between classical and contemporary understanding of mental health. Zumpano has worked in art camps for many summers creating programs and teaching basic skills to beginner youth artists and is currently an instructor for Queen's Expressions teaching the fundamentals of figure drawing to the community. His work has been exhibited at different locations including: The Union Gallery, Print Pulse 30 Traveling Exhibition shown at The Isabel Bader Centre (Syracuse University, McMaster University, Nipissing University) The Tett Centre, the Undergraduate Review, and the fundraising event Cezanne's Closet.