"The early Victorians considered the cornerstone to always be placed on the northeast corner," explains Pamela. "In architecture, it may become the setting stone or capstone to which all others are placed in reference. This artwork depicts a sun drenched pink stucco wall with a darkened doorway. The stone overlays are translucent reminders of the ultimate corner stone, Christ. This work was done in a combination of oil and cold wax layers with brayers and squeegees and includes Asemic writing in various forms."

- Pamela Beer


Oil painting on wood
Natural wood edges
Ready to hang

Signed on back

24" h x 24" w x 2" d
5 lbs. 0 oz.



Pamela Beer
Issaquah, Washington

Getting to Know Pamela

Pamela’s lively body of abstract paintings tangibly exudes a spacious joy. 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. She mixes oil and cold wax to complete each piece, and sometimes uses acrylic paint as an under layer. She works out of her home studio accompanied by her Havanese dog.