The works depict how patterns, structures and light slide over each other and yield new compositions with endless colour shades. Details where color and light on the skin of things is characteristic for the translation of reality.
Upcoming events: - AAF Brussels; march 14-17 2019 - Brabant ArtFair, Breda; march 16-17 2019 - Art Fair Paris, april 11-14 2019 - ACAF Brussels; october 10-13 2019 - AAF Amsterdam; november 1-3 2019 Gallery www.artifactnyc.net New York, solo exhibition; september 3-23, 2021 - Attending several shows in a group presentation: -Architectual Design Show, NYC: march 21-24 2019 -Art Expo New York; april 4-7 2019 -Monaco Yacht Show; september 24-28 2019 -Red Dot Miami during Art Basel Miami; december 4-8 2019 -Los Angeles Art Show; februari 5-9 2020 Less Background:
I live and work in Amsterdam.
I work on art projects for companies, on private commissions.
Paméla Maria (1965) works and lives in Amsterdam.
She studied classical arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Hasselt (Belgium) and obtained her certificate simultaneously in 1983. She then studied Industrial Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven, first studying textile with Ulf Moritz and then environmental design with Marijke van der Wijst, obtaining her certificate in 1989.
In 1990, she received a starting grant from the Fund for Visual Arts, Architecture and Design for the further development of her work.
She does art projects for companies and works on private commissions.
The 'beauty of the everyday' is an important factor. Zooming in on patterns, structures and light in the (urban)landscape. The works depict how these impressions slide over each other and yield new compositions with endless colour shades. Details where color and light on the skin of things is characteristic for the translation of reality. This is used intuitively, but especially investigative.
The reliefs are made with yarn and paper/board/photo that portray the tranquil landscape of Holland. The subtle use of colours and detailed texture plays a refined game with the light and determine the character of the work.
’For me, working with these materials is a changing process: from reality to geometric pro- portions. And vice versa, from the geometrical planes to the reality, and again from reality. A process in which color plays an important role. The seemingly flat surface changes into a relief with several dimensions. The yarn picks up details, directs the eye and adds a third dimension’.
For example, the ‘Reflections’ and ‘Moving’ series are inspired by how the water and the air influence each other and form an endless wealth of color shades. The series 'Vertical City' and 'Twilight' are rooted in the strict rhythm of (office) facades where the idea of space or foreground/background is not defined by shape or color, but only by the texture. The 'Sea Landscapes' are made with acrylic painted paper in many shades of green and yarn that portraywater landscape in the Caribbean.
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