P a m e l a M u m m y
(425) 771.8143 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pmummy.com
1506 10th Place North, Edmonds, WA 98020
Exhibitions and Awards
• Paintings and Drawings, one person show, Semantics Gallery, Oct 2012
• “Really Big Show”, Matzke Gallery, Camano Island, WA, Oct 2012
• “White”, one person show, Semantics Gallery, Edmonds, WA, Dec-Jan 2012
• Portland Airport Sculpture Show, Mar-Oct 2012
• Edmonds Art Studio Tour, Sep 2011
• “Art de Femmes”, featured artist, Fraker/Scott Gallery, Seattle WA, Apr 2011
• “Reimagining the Renaissance”, one person show, RiverSea Gallery, Astoria OR, Jan 2011
• “Honey I Shrunk the Art”, miniature show, Matzke Gallery, Camano Island WA, Jan 2011
• Cover artist on PNWS “Dimensions” newsletter, June~July 2010
• Edmonds Art Festival, Edmonds WA 2004-2010 Drawing and Sculpture Division
• “Unclad” Art Show, Stanwood, WA, 2006-2012 Juried Show
• “Fight or Flight”, featured artist, Gallery by the Bay, Stanwood WA, 2009
• “Figures and Faces”, Pacific Art League of Palo Alto CA, Honorable Mention, 2009
• “Art on the Town”, Bellevue WA, featured “Fight or Flight”, Jul, 2009
• PNW Sculptors Juried Show, Guardino Gallery, Portland OR, Mar – Apr, 2009
• Clay Times Magazine- Featured in 2006, 2008 and 2009 Gallery Exhibition
• Member of Pacific Northwest Sculptors
San Diego State University, B.A. Graphic Arts Sculpting Workshop with Philippe Faraut
Manya Vee Selects, Edmonds WA Hanson/Scott, Seattle WA
Matzke’s Gallery, Camano Island WA
Schack Shop, Everett WA RiverSea Gallery, Astoria OR
Inspired By: I am inspired by the figurative art of the Renaissance.
Pamela Mummy’s art is rooted in her love of the Renaissance. Her classical approach, with an emphasis on the beautiful, is expressed through several media- painting, drawing and sculpture. Her passion is figurative - rich earth tone paintings in oil, warm graphite drawings and powerful three dimensional work with clay.
While traveling in Italy, she focused her attention on the rich array of figurative art. It deeply influenced both her imagination and her technique. Her study of figurative work there had an enormous influence on her creativity. The Golden Rectangle, considered since the Renaissance as perfect visual balance, is often acknowledged in the classical linear perspective that is the foundation of her paintings. Hidden objects and words are secretly nested in her sculptures and paintings, reflecting her affection for intrigue.
Vases with Faces are also part of her repertoire. She throws lidded containers and creates expressive faces on each piece. These are sold in several galleries in Washington and Oregon.
As an artist, the process of transforming clay into a refined, polished piece of art is fascinating to her. The high contrast between the fired clay surface and the glazed armor and clothing reflects the honesty, beauty and reality of our world. The surfaces of the fired ceramic sculptures are often painted with oils to capture the depth of the pigments against the skin of her creations. Pamela Mummy’s appreciation for traditional beauty is reflected in the choices she makes for the subjects in her work