Looking In, Hearing Out

I view each painting as a window formed from the gestural strokes embodied in the practice of deepening awareness amidst collective stillness. Art then emerges as continuous practice, stilling the body and listening for the intention to synchronize form and wonder.


Left: Pamela Williams, Reach in…Connect, 9″  x 12″;  pastel, watercolor ink, sumi ink on heavyweight drawing paper. Middle: Pamela Williams, Emergent Breadth, 14″ x 17″; watercolor ink  brushwork on medium surface drawing paper. Right: Pamela Williams, Hidden Refraction, 14″ x 17″; mixed ink, pastel texturing on medium surface drawing paper.


Pamela Williams

Pamela Williams is a member of Germantown Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., currently living in Vermont. Her background is in movement, visual arts, meditation, and worship, which all inform her approach to painting. As an educator and clinician, she explores the arts through the intersection of subjective and societal projection.

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