NetherlandsAbstract Minimalist Abstract (geometric) Contemporary
Wanderlust, work ethic, creation sighs: I have to create: My eye is struck by an abundance of details that slide over and over in my head like slides. Each work is a story about where I belong. Whether rooted in reality or in the imagination. This "interweaving of aspects" is expressed in layered images and a mix of materials.
Paméla Maria (1965) graduated at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 1989. In 1990-‘91, she received a starting grant from the The Mondriaan Fund for the further development of her work. Last year she received the ‘Woman’s Art Award 2020’ from Musa Art Space/Unesco. She lives and works in Amsterdam. Her work is on show in solo and group exhibitions internationally at galleries and art fairs. She also works on commission. Paméla Maria makes abstract geometric paintings and collages like assemblages. Like many Dutch painters before her, the beauty of the Dutch landscape is an important source of inspiration. And in that tradition, she examines the relationship between (the Dutch) landscape and abstraction. “my eye is caught by details in the (urban) landscape, whereby color and light on the skin of things is characteristic of my translation of reality. Whereby compositional structure takes place in the contrived tension between geometric constructed surfaces and intuitive forms created. The yarn picks up details, directs the eye and the seemingly flat surface hereby becomes a relief”Show more Show Less