Jean C Glenn Atlanta, GA
Through an application of paint with an element of the accidental, I seek out the organic shapes that emerge. I highlight the “individual” in a composition of many. The focus, for me, is on inner-connectivity. I take a lead from the forms found in nature and how they are woven together to paint a picture.
I also draw inspiration from urban living, the energy it emits, the technicolor background and the integration of people and passions. I feel compelled to connect the dots, unite, spell out the unseen relationships that ties us all together. I do that through art.
My works are abstract, oils on canvas. Emotion is defined through color, and it’s varying combinations. Texture is the exuberance in which each piece is tackled. My aim is to take the viewer on a visual journey. One where they find themselves lost in the canvas
Pam’s professional art journey began when she graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design in 1970. The foundation skills she received there have served her well as she explores her artistic vocabulary. She is a painter, printmaker, papermaker, book artist that loves to draw. She enjoys combining media sometimes evolving into installation pieces. She works with nontoxic art mediums and repurposed materials that inform new artistic directions and model safe art making practices. She has had several solo exhibitions and participates in juried exhibitions. Her work is in private and institutional collections. Pam’s most recent solo exhibit “Wanderings and Wonderings “ opened at the Creative Arts Guild Dalton GA, recent solo exhibitions include Allied Arts Alliance in Milledgeville, GA and Michaels Gallery and Frames in Dalton GA. She continues to exhibit with focus art groups most recently with the Atlanta Printmakers Studio and the Southern Appalachia Arts Guild.