Monthly Archives: July 2009

Greg Lamarche: Collage Artist, New York

Hailing from Queens and currently living in Manhattan, Greg Lamarche began writing graffiti in 1981.  With a main focus on intricate collage work and painting, in 1992 he founded the highly-influential graffiti ‘zine, Skills.  Over the past decade, Greg’s artwork has been prominently featured in numerous print publications, as well as on the walls of renowned galleries throughout the United States.

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Pam Glew: Painter, Brighton, UK

Pam Glew is a contemporary British artist who uses unique bleaching techniques with vintage fabrics and flags to create her strong cinematic paintings.

Heavily influenced by film, her current series focuses on screen stills of women in film noir and horror movies, playing with our notion of paranoia, attraction and the American dream. She is one of the few female urban artists to emerge in recent times and has a future group exhibition in the Carmichael Gallery, LA in August 2009.

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Judith Mullen: Painter/Sculptor, Chicago

Artist Statement: “Recent sculptures evolved out of my painting process. In each of my sculptures a fallen tree branch is married to a rock-like base and adorned with mixed media bringing forth a transformation from fragmentation to wholeness.”

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