This Sunday in LA, we kick off our 10th season with a service on MAGIC. When thinking about the visual art portion, we were wondering–“what is MAGIC in terms of visual arts?” And the answer was PRINTING! How magical it is to see a print come to life–and so I reached out to my dear old pal, Pamela Gregory, who’s been making wonderful prints in her studio in Napa, California. For MAGIC, she’s going to present a large sampling of recent work as well as demonstrate how she’s been making prints lately. Join us this Sunday, October 16th at noon at Bootleg Theater for MAGIC.
Here’s Pamela’s bio:
Pamela spent her childhood getting pats on the head for her artistic abilities. Her father once told her she made lime jello better than anyone else in the world. With this support behind her, she’s gone on to pursue a life devoted to making things. A life-long and self taught crafter, cook, actress, knitter, seamstress, gardener…she took a break to earn a degree in Sociology and shop for a husband at UCSB. Pamela’s day job is directing youth theater for kids 2nd- 5th grades. She and her husband Sean have three children and live in Napa, CA.