New Art from Brattleboro

Art is all in reverse order of when it was done. If anyone is interested in buying, let me know. (Only some are for sale. Others are taken or donated already.)

Nevertheless, this expresses how I feel these days...
Nevertheless, this expresses how I feel these days even though it is  not a self portrait…
Paper and Cloth Mache table I made for my living room...
Paper and Cloth Mache table I made for my living room…
Sketch for painting that follows  - Jason is one of the best neighbors i have had!
Sketch for painting that follows – Jason is one of the best neighbors i have had!
Jason Mott, "The Mottster Rocks Out"
“The Mottster Rocks Out” — My downstairs neighbor entertaining me, unwittingly, but to my delight, every night, as he practices his drumming!

 

Translucent Papier Mache Bowls
Translucent Papier Mache Bowl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Actually, all the above was done in my apartment in Brattleboro, after I moved there. What follows was done before I moved here. Either in the interim, in Sheffield, or while I was looking for a place and living with a friend in CT.

Central American Welcoming Madonna, in gouache and acrylics c. 12" by 8"
Central American Welcoming Madonna, in gouache and acrylics c. 12″ by 8″
Face Seen on Wastbasket and captured in a mask made of brown paper...
Face Seen on Wastebasket and captured in a mask made of brown paper…
Second Eyes Mask
Second Eyes Mask, made at the Retreat, pre-formed mask enhanced with paper mache and collaged with eyes and other papers…
Mask of Eyes Made at the Retreat
1st Mask of Eyes Made at the Retreat
Jute Bowl
Macrame Jute Bowl, made of brown paper and edged with copper tape

3 thoughts on “New Art from Brattleboro”

  1. Yeah Pamela, if we look at your paintings posted here we will see that you put your signature in the right lower corner of your paintings and that what happened in the Drummer painting also. I like that specially because I like your name and signature, my friend, and the cymbals usually makes me feel happy with their shining, although I don’t like much when we hit them hard, I just adore their sounds when touching them like in playing jazz. I love your blog friend. Keep posting. Sami

  2. Dear Sami, you are the second person who has commented on that cymbals signature! Odd, i was not even conscious of doing it…now i wonder what that means, huh? Anyhow, it is sort of cute, but i did not mean anything by it, really. Or did i??? 8)

    Your friend,

    Pam

  3. Thanks Pamela for sharing these wonderful paintings with us. I miss your posts friend. All your works are creative but I liked that painting of your neighbour The Drummer, and I liked to read your signature on the Cymbals of the drums. Very creative. Keep posting friend. Sami

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