Ellis-Works on Paper

Pamela Jo Ellis

Exhibit: August 4 – September 15, 2018
Artist’s Reception: August 4, 2018, 6-8 PM

Pamela Ellis is an award winning local artist working in watercolor, pastel, and gouache for over 40 years.  Her traditional imagery includes small-scale, highly detailed images of local scenery in all seasons and realistic figure work of children being children under the summer sun. Ms. Ellis is also a life-long dancer and dance instructor, and as such is a student of the human figure in movement.

This exhibit will premiere many recent works including experimental pieces of more immediacy which combine her interests in allegorical figures and in depicting flowing movement and flying drapery with influences including Maxfield Parrish, Tiepolo, and the firm belief that there is more to this physical world than what appears to the eye. Her complete works can be seen at www.pjellisart.com

Luminous beings are we; not this crude matter. – Master Yoda

There is a fundamental error in separating the parts from the whole, the mistake of atomizing what should not be atomized. Unity and complementarity constitute reality. – Werner Heisenberg

You mean we actually are all one? – Alanis Morissette