Glyphs | Art Galleries and Exhibits | Chronogram Magazine

Art Galleries and Exhibits


When: Sat., July 6, 5-8 p.m. 2019

Pam Poquette creates drawings and paintings that capture imagined worlds inhabited by slippery shapeshifters. These abstract characters or glyphs are forms that repeat as vocabulary of ambiguous hieroglyphic symbols, appearing to have the quality of something recognizable; though they are not entirely self revealed. Fast ink gestures and slow embroidery engage in activities like chaotic dance, calm conversation, ravenous affair, and self-reflection. The glyphs are sneaky as they appear and disappear within their surrounding landscape; their ambiguous forms are in constant flux.

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