Pamela DeTuncq

As a visual artist, I express my worldview through the creation of objects. I make art about the things that occupy my thoughts. I can’t sing or dance and don’t have an epic novel inside of me. Instead, I make things. My art practice is driven by a need to create physical objects that embody my personal dialog. And what I have discovered is that my internal dialog is not so different from anyone else’s. The difference is in the way these musings become manifest. When I work really hard, and the planets align, the creative effort becomes a visually compelling and thought provoking work of art