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Artist Pamela Flynn

Pamela Flynn

Lake Como, United States


American, b. 1948   —   Pamela Flynn is a mixed media artist. Flynn holds an MFA from New Jersey City University and is a Professor of Art and Fine Arts Coordinator at Holy Family University, Philadelphia. She is an exhibiting artist at the Ceres Gallery, NYC, a member of NYC Phoenix Art Collective, the International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ, and The Women’s Caucus for Art, Philadelphia Chapter. Her work has been exhibited nationwide and in South Korea. She is a recipient of the 2006 Puffin Foundation Grant for the project Road Shrines: A Peripheral Blur. Her anti gun violence Project Considering Harm continues to be exhibited in many cities throughout the USA. Flynn's work is founded in social/cultural issues. She pushes a notion as far as she can so to let her thought develop. The work does not preach-the work asks the viewer to question one's held views. Flynn is not wedded to one specific medium or process. She allows the thought to direct the medium and process. Flynn's work is in many collections throughout the USA.

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412 WILDWOOD PL, Belmar, NJ 07719

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