Hello Everyone! I am pleased to invite you to PERSPECTIVES IN FIBER: MOVING BEYOND TRADITION, a juried exhibition at the Armory Art Center Annex. My mixed media woven artworks, Dirty Money and Tied Up in Red Tape are on view and for sale. Opening reception is January 6, 2017. Closing reception is February 9, 2017. […]
Tropical Textile Weaving at Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale One-day only! November 22, 2014 from 10:00 to 4:00 at the Art Academy Instructor: Pamela Palma Hand weaving is a richly rewarding experience, shared by all cultures throughout history. In this workshop, you will create a lush, woven tapestry that reflects our tropical […]
VISIONS – CLOUDY. 2012. Hand woven. Mixed media fiber tapestries. Hand dyed cotton yarns; fabric strips, screen printed paper. Diptych, 24” wide x 28” high. I commissioned my colleague, poet Chloe Firetto-Toomey, to print her work on heavy paper so I could slice it and weave it with my hand dyed yarns and strips of […]
Click on image for details. It is fabulous to be a Bakehouse Artist! I am so happy here, among my peers – intelligent, mature, professional artists. The vibe at the Bakehouse is wonderfully positive and the administration is totally supportive of its artists. This Saturday, we are having a Sizzling Summer Sale in the Audrey […]
Have a wonderful Independence Day! American flag fabric plus shredded money, lots of it woven into a tapestry, Long May She Wave.
One of the many things I love about weaving is there are so many possibilities in terms of materials I can weave. I once visited Quebec and saved the very colorful, visitors’ guide map. Recent cleaning, packing, moving to the new studio unearthed this treasure. Perfect for a tapestry, cut into strips, randomly placed into […]
My good friends volunteered to move my loom and other essential studio furniture. Here’s the loom, on the back of the truck, under cloudy skies…but no worries, everything arrived unscathed and dry. Thank you!
Exciting news! I have been accepted as a resident artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex www.bacfl.org in Miami. I now have access to the public and my designs have exposure to a broad audience. Studio 41, Pamela Palma Designs.