Pamela Pitt - Artist and Photographer

GALLERY ROUTE ONE

11101 Highway One, Point Reyes Station, California 94956

Pamela Pitt_Slice_of_EarthAnnual Juried Show Opens!
 If I Only Had Time To Tell You
--Personal, Political, True or Fictional Tales--
Juror:  M. Louise Stanley
February 8 - March 3
Opening Reception/Juror's Talk & Awards: Saturday, February 9, 2:30 - 5 pm



The Spring issue of Vistas and Byways is still online.

https://vbreviewspring2018.weebly.com/patterns-pittp.html

 

 


Now showing at the San Francisco Womens Artists Gallery






I am showing work at the "Point of View" show from May 8 - June 2, 2018 at the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery. The work I am showing is from my "Shopping" series, black and white photographs.


I am participating in the "World of Abstractions" exhibit at the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.


I received a Juror's Choice Award for my piece, "Night and Day." "Night and Day" started as a doily which is soft and white and comes from my grandmother's generation. It has been combined with a hard, dark background, which is its digital support. I am always drawn to black and white photographs and enhanced the soft and hard portions of the composition by making turning them into dark and light.


March 6-31, 2018 Group exhibit at the San Francisco Women Artist's Gallery, 647 Irving at 8th. Opening, Thursday, March 8, 2018 from 5:30-8:00. I have received a Juror's Choice award in this show from Priscilla Otani.  The originals from the "Spirit Guide" series were made in a darkroom using negatives and cutouts. The prints were solarized and otherwise manipulated during development, resulting in a partial pink hue on the black and white prints. They were scanned and printed from the digital scanned images. A  woman in the foreground of the scene from the Roman Forum reacts to the statue of a headless woman who has stood there for ages. She is reminded of the history of women. Nonetheless, to herself, she says, "Forward!"  A mourning woman misses her mother and goes to visit her in a New Mexico cemetery on "Mother's Day."



Neighborhood Banner project with the San Francisco Women Artists.



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