I discovered some cool paper with colorful bugs then set about working those into a series of abstracts. The name is intended for fun and it feels like man cave artwork to me! Artwork is finished with varnish, then an isolation coat of gel is applied to the work. Once that is dry, it is sanded slightly and finished with a thin layer of cold waxed which is then buffed to a soft patina.

- Pamela Beer

No Ladies in the Man Cave
PAMELA BEER


Paper, acrylic on wood
Natural wood edges
Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind
Signed on front
2017

12" h x 12" w x 2" d
1 lbs. 8 oz.

$475

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Artist
Pamela Beer
Issaquah, Washington

Getting to Know Pamela

Pamela’s lively body of abstract paintings tangibly exudes a cheeky happiness. Forms and colors dance across her wood panels. Repeated shapes create a mysterious yet delightful visual language. Texture is important to the artist as well. “The scratches and scrapes along the journey of making a piece of my artwork reveal so much depth and beauty,” says Pamela. When an artwork is finished, Pamela seals the image with gel and a wax coating, emulating the texture of encaustic artwork. She works out of her home studio accompanied by her two Havanese dogs.