After her father died in 2014, artist Pamela Day struggled to figure out where to go next with work amid her grief. She was working mainly in clay at the time, but something he’d said to her shortly before his passing inspired her. He told her to get back to painting again. Soon, she found a sign that led her in a new direction.

“I was mourning his loss and finding it difficult to get back to work. Even though I would go to my studio, nothing was coming,” Day says. “One day, I just started tearing up National Geographic magazines and arranging collages of the images on the table in front of me. These compositions inspired me to paint.” Read more

Author Name: Daily Tribune
Publication Date: June 22, 2021