Pamela Vitale Art
It’s about passion and expression. I don’t do this because I have to. I do it because it’s what I’ve always done. Artwork, an expression in some medium or another spills out of me relentlessly. It’s always been this way since I was a child. A gift or a curse from the universe, and sometimes I think the results are like a child I gave birth to. The artwork takes on a life of its own and interacts with people with their reflections, expression, and causes an impact. I’m just doing my job by letting them come out of me, giving birth to them, and then letting them go.
ANCIENT PASSAGES. Sometimes nature sends you gifts or messages or shows you ways to portals into another universe. These are things I’ve been obsessed with all my life, and I feel it plays a huge role in the how or why of my work. In the end, it’s always about having fun and stretching the boundaries as far as I can.
My drawings, painting, photography, and video artwork play a critical role in my personal survival. No matter what or where I am in life, it’s constantly morphing and evolving but comes from the root of flow, memories, dreams, and reflections into the past, present, and future. I am a time traveler, a creative mystic, a wandering mistral, and an urban anthropologist plain and simple.
TRANSFORMED BY NATURE. Sometimes nature transforms us and offers a way to find cleansing and freedom from the noise and modern detritus. Allowing us to meld into the primal goo and become what we once were and still are; the energy of the universe. Color and light combined with imagination and sheer energy, it’s as simple as taking a trip to the mountains or your backyard or a greenhouse or a park or the moon.
AN INSTANCE IN TIME. To arrive at that moment of something that has never been created or seen before. That randomness that is existence shown thru in a chosen medium that no one has ever witnessed. Art has a way of capturing moments, like a screenshot of video or of liquid or body movement, allow you to see those powerful instances in time that take shape in ways one could only imagine possible. As if by a sculptor’s hands, I present these experiences.
A wonderful video interview with Rachel Wilkins of Conception Arts about my art process:
Here is a video art piece example of my fine art style if interested otherwise, please review all art below:
This is an art opening I had, of my art, at my old Chelsea, NYC loft apartment in the late '90s, I think I was 28? It's quite a fun thing to see! Video by Bruce Bernstein: