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With all the modern mechanical aids, with the cinema, with film, and everything else, how are you going to trap reality, trap appearance without making an illustration of it? The painter has to be more inventive....... He has to reinvent Realism.
      Francis Bacon, 1985

 

With all the modern mechanical aids, with the cinema, with film, and everything else, how are you going to trap reality, trap appearance without making an illustration of it? The painter has to be more inventive....... He has to reinvent Realism.
      Francis Bacon, 1985

 

With all the modern mechanical aids, with the cinema, with film, and everything else, how are you going to trap reality, trap appearance without making an illustration of it? The painter has to be more inventive....... He has to reinvent Realism.
      Francis Bacon, 1985

 

With all the modern mechanical aids, with the cinema, with film, and everything else, how are you going to trap reality, trap appearance without making an illustration of it? The painter has to be more inventive....... He has to reinvent Realism.
      Francis Bacon, 1985

 

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California Landscapes

Always drawn to the ever changing shadow and shape of the undulating hills of California, Pamela strives to reinterpret the actual into the sublime. As seasons change and light imposes, Pamela reacts to the color shift and intensity. Whether it be vineyards, mountains or plains, Pamela embraces the raw subject matter and manipulates the organic material to the next level, creating composition after composition of intriguing and provocative work.

Hawaii

 Having grown up in the beautiful islands of Hawaii, Pamela will always be a "local girl'. Her initial introduction to the art world occurred when she was a student at Punahoe Schools in Honolulu. There her talent was recognized early by exceptional teachers. Pamela continues to visit her beloved Hawaii 3-4 times a year, painting the exquisite landscapes, flora and fauna that only Hawaii can offer.

Commercial and Public Art

Always striving for growth, Pamela has entered the public arena in a big way. She has secured several public art projects in both the public and private sector. Most importantly , she has enjoyed the process that accompanies the competitive format. Her years in business has provided her with many resources to be a viable candidate for many opportunities.

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Sip and Stroll 2017

Dear Friends,

Visit me and enjoy my new work in the beautiful Napa Valley at the:

Yountville Sip and Stroll
Saturday,
April 27th, 2019
11:00-5:00 pm

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Big News on Kauai!!
See my new Hawaiian work at:
Christian Riso Fine Art
Koloa Town, Kauai🌺


 

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ABOUT ART SIP & STROLL



Celebrate ARTS IN APRIL in YOUNTVILLE!  On Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 11AM-5PM we invite you to visit the beautiful Town of Yountville to celebrate the arts! Starting at the Napa Valley Museum where parking is plentiful, pick up your Art, Sip & Stroll wristband, visit the galleries, and enjoy your first tasting stop at the beer garden. Across the street enjoy the Lincoln Theater’s Grand Lobby where Chelsea Ritter-Soronen will be exhibiting her show Creases and begin your wine tasting experience. From there, board the Yountville Trolley to Washington Street where over 40 artists, 10 wineries & tasting rooms and live music await. New this year: Free parking & entry into the Napa Valley Museum, beer garden at the Napa Valley Museum, exhibit and wine at the Lincoln Theater, and a food truck round up at Van De Leur Park. Click 'Buy Now' above to learn more and purchase your $20 tasting wristband in advance. Art, Sip & Stroll is sponsored by Yountville Arts, The Town of Yountville, The Inns & Hotels of Yountville, The Napa Valley Museum and the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater.

 

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