April 4 - May 4, 2018
Pamela Knoll is a figurative artist who works primarily from life. She sees her work as a representation of the exchange between the model and herself. “Working from the model is like a form of intense, careful listening, except it’s visual. And the drawing or painting that results is a report of what I see and feel during that exchange.” She has a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and began seriously studying drawing and painting in 2011 in Los Angeles, first with the artist Richard Morris and later with Sean Cheetham. She continues to hone her drawing and painting skills to better serve her art.