Lot 29 - Pam Evelyn - Transition
Acrylic on Paper
Signed on Verso
Curated by Beth Greenacre
Pam Evelyn creates paintings that read as abstractions, however she incorporates a sensitivity and consideration towards figurative and landscape structures.
Evelyn does not allow the painting to get pinned down or instructed to a set ideal, instead the marks are imposed and removed, occasionally the absence or ghost of a form plays as an internal construction. If the painting becomes too self-aware or directed, many methods are imposed to then lose or muddy the clarity found. The canvas’s orientation is continuously played with, and drips or blemishes are left like scars. As a painter she does not look to paint a varnished preserved view of the world, her focus is to let paint act from impulse, chance or even frustration, in an unedited display that rejoices and sometimes shakes.
2019 – Current MA Painting, Royal College of Art, London, UK
2016 – 2019 BFA (First Class Honors), Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, UK
Solo Show, The Approach, London, UK (forthcoming)
Spectacle of a wreck, Peres Projects, Berlin, DE Summer Group Exhibition, Los Angeles, USA Le coeur encore, The approach, London, UK Diaries of a Climate, Baert Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
“Up Up and Away”, Hockney Gallery, London 2019 Bad Actors, Karst Gallery, Plymouth Heals X Slade exhibition and Heals Residency, London Set the Borders on Fire, Exhibition Laboratory, Helsinki Slade School of Fine Art Degree Show A Myth, Amorph, A Method Althuis Hofland Fine Arts, Amsterdam Bridge Group show IZO Art Gallery, Moscow
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