Part of a series called Elemental Abstractions. Artist Pamela Beer describes the title, "Sloppy Wet Kiss," as the element of fire in a relationship. 

This painting is made of acrylic paint, graphite, and hand painted papers. It was vanished and then finished with a gel isolation coat. Once that isolation coat dried, it was sanded slightly and then a cold wax was applied and polished for a buttery patina.

- Pamela Beer

Sloppy Wet Kiss #2

Acrylic paint, graphite, hand painted paper, cold wax on wood
Natural wood edges
Varnished and Ready to hang

Signed on front

15" h x 15" w x 2" d
2 lbs. 5 oz.



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.