Opening Reception Friday Dec. 14, 5-7pm, for “Demarcation” exhibit-artwork by Pamela Flynn

On Friday December 14 from 5-7pm, there will be an opening reception for “Demarcation”, the exhibit featuring the work of mixed media artist Pamela Flynn.  The exhibit will run from December 14, 2012- February 14, 2013.

The exhibiting of this work at Jed Williams Studio is a step by Pamela Flynn to bring her work directly to the community, as opposed to having it confined in the white cubes of the gallery districts in our cities.

Pamela Flynn’s solo exhibit Demarcation addresses the notion of exclusion and inclusion. The work asks the viewer to contemplate the barriers one must cross to achieve the American Dream. Flynn addresses the charged issue of immigration with images that are at times subtle and at times blunt and to the point. Pamela Flynn’s work can be seen on her website

“light at the end”, mixed media


Pamela Flynn is a mixed media artist. Her work is founded in social/cultural issues. Flynn holds an MFA from New Jersey City University and is a Professor of Art and Fine Arts Coordinator at Holy Family University, Philadelphia. She is an exhibiting member of the Phoenix Gallery, NYC and is an active member of The Women’s Caucus for Art, Philadelphia Chapter. Her work has been exhibited nationwide and in South Korea. She is a recipient of the 2006 Puffin Foundation Grant for the project Road Shrines: A Peripheral Blur. Flynn is currently involved with an anti gun violence project that has been exhibited in NYC and will be exhibited in Philadelphia this January 2013.


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