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  • “Untitled Abstract 16”Untitled Abstract 16

    Watercolor, Acrylic, Spray Paint, Oil Pastel on Paper

  • “Untitled Abstract 15”Untitled Abstract 15

    Acrylic, Watercolor, Spray Paint and Oil Pastel on Paper

  • “Untitled Abstract #5”Untitled Abstract #5

    Acrylic, Gesso on Paper 22" x 30"

  • “Untitled Abstract #2”Untitled Abstract #2

    Acrylic, Gesso on Canvas 60 x 60"

  • “Untitled Abstract #6”Untitled Abstract #6

    Acrylic, Gesso on Canvas 42" x 84"

  • “Untitled Abstract 14”Untitled Abstract 14

    Watercolor, Acrylic, Spray Paint, Oil Pastel on Paper

  • “Untitled Abstract 13”Untitled Abstract 13

    Watercolor, Acrylic, Spray Paint , Oil Pastel on Paper

Pamela Anderson

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Pamela M Anderson Studio
424 East Wisconsin Avenue
Pfister Artist in Residence Studio
Milwaukee, WI 53202 US

(414) 559-1063
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artist bio

Known for bold, colorful strokes and gestural movement, Milwaukee, Wi – artist, Pamela Anderson, brings a modern dimension to her Abstract works. She applies paint in vibrant colors, allowing the image to emerge spontaneously. Her paintings are untitled which allows her work to be experienced with open interpretation by the viewer. She is a full time artist, an Affiliate and Co-Managing Director of Material Studios + Gallery. She has been awarded the title of Pfister Artist in Residence for the 2016-2017 Artist-in-Residence Program at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

She is a strong advocate of the arts, active in local organizations including Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (MARN) where she holds the Executive Position of President.

artist statement

My artwork is the most intimate conversation I have with the world, creating a visual poem that allows connections in an intellectual experience that is common to us all. I document the simplest and rawest of moments in a permanent way. I use large mops, brushes, and a variety of taping knives and scraping tools to make marks on canvas. My process is fluid, guided by intuition, which is presented by the honesty of the materials within layers of paint.

The scale of my work and the boldness in mark making aid in a self-expression that empowers me. I am working to invent a signature that expands on the foundation of abstraction. It is a space where I explore voice: I am a soft-spoken, Midwestern woman on the outside, but when I am painting, I realize I am anything but quiet.