Pamela Blotner

Yesterday, I had the privilege of meeting a local artist, Pamela Blotner, works in sculpture, drawing, and illustrations.  Hopefully, she’ll be offering some courses on religion/spirituality and the arts at the Graduate Theological Union through the Center for Arts and Religious Education in the near future.  She occasionally teaches at Pixar as well.  Check out some of her work after the jump.

You can see more of Pamela’s work at her website.  Some of my favorite examples follow her statement about her work:

My work has always been concerned with mythology and belief and where they intersect with human experience. I am also interested in stories, folk stories, urban stories and the wisdom that is passed down from one generation to the next, textured by landscape, heritage, and belief, that shapes and maintain a culture and ensures its continued survival.

Baba Yaga Felted wool, mixed media, 70"x36"x6", 2008

Baba Yaga
Felted wool, mixed media, 70″x36″x6″, 2008

Hanuman Brings the Mountain
Felted Wool, 55″x 25″x 4″, 2007

Fluke’s Chronicle
Felted Wool, 60″x 40″, 2006

Beauty & the Beast
Felted Wool, 18″x 30″x 8″, 2005

Snow White
Felted Wool, Steel, 30″x 10″x 12″, 2005

Final Garment
pastel, mixed media, 30″ x 42″, 2006

Broken Ark
pastel, mixed media, 30″ x 42″, 2005

Mad Mule
pencil, mixed media, 26″ x 40″, 2004

Dr. Bill Haglund Exhuming Mass Grave, Ovcara, Croatia.
Pen and ink, 1998

Landmine: VSI.6
Pen and ink, 1993