Phillip Scarpone received his MFA with distinction from The University of Georgia, Lamar Dodd School of Art and his BFA from the University of Delaware. He has exhibited nationally and internationally in cities such as Washington, DC; New York, NY; Brooklyn, NY; Austin, TX; Philadelphia, PA; Atlanta, GA; Richmond, VA; St. Louis, MO; Denver, CO; Pittsburgh, PA; Baltimore, MD, and Taipei, Taiwan. He is a recipient of awards and honors including an NEA Established Professional Fellowship in Sculpture through the Delaware Division of the Arts, an Art at the Frontier Grant through Frank Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, a Philadelphia Chestnut Hill Public Art Grant, Miami University Young Sculptors Competition Finalist, and Dave Bown Projects 9th International Competition Finalist. His work has been reviewed by Philadelphia Weekly Newspaper, The Knight Foundation, The Philadelphia Artblog, and Seraphin Gallery Publications. Scarpone is represented by Seraphin Gallery; Philadelphia, PA and in 2016 was curated into New York Cities White Columns Artist Registry. Scarpone currently works and teaches sculpture courses at Carnegie Mellon University, School of Art, Pittsburgh, PA.