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by Pamela Henry
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This painting was done when I was living in New York City, in a small studio apartment on West 75th street. I was still in performing arts school,... more
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This painting was done when I was living in New York City, in a small studio apartment on West 75th street. I was still in performing arts school, and visualizing my big roll in a Broadway show.
It is a picture of me that was taken when I was in the Position One dance company in college. It was my favorite picture of myself.
Parts of it is done with modeling paste to make it look 3D and jump off the page.
Pamela Henry-Walker has been a natural artist since she was a little girl. Elementary school is where her teachers noticed her talent for drawing, and had her drawing things for the bulletin boards. After getting her B.F.A. at State University of West Georgia, she moved to New York to become an entertainer and help heal the world through art and dance. Her paintings have been seen throughout the world touching the hearts of many. She is an accomplished singer, dancer, and actress, traveling the world and making her mark in film, theater, and television. Her first group art show in New York was at Lincoln Center�s Cork Gallery at Avery Fisher Hall. While living in New York, she was a member of the West Side Art Coalition, and...
Very beautiful and fluid!