PAMELA GRAU PROJECTS
I collect multiple objects, some found in nature, some mass-produced and discarded. I individualize them, embellish them and bring them together as unified communities. There is power in unified intentions. I meditate daily, a practice that I have had for over forty years. My artwork is informed by expanded mindfulness and impulses derived from my inner awareness. These are just small details of the work I create meant to inspire and inform the viewer.
Jacaranda pods, metallic pigments and powder, paint, glue on panel
Acorns, metallic powder and pigments, "secret sauce", panel
Paperclay, paint, metallic powder
Created with re-purposed socks, plaster, resin and paint.
close up of piece
Re-purposed wool hat felt, plaster, resin, paint on panel
Public Commission at the Ojai Valley Inn Mixed media on three (40" x 96") panels
private commission 52" x 52" mixed media
Re-purposed take out cups, metallic pigments, rusting patinas, paint, nails, resin on panel
Paperclay, iron pigments, rust patina, paint
Poly-resin on panel, metal powder, paint and patina soltuions
Re-purposed cups, paint, poly-resins on panel