Pam Glew, born in 1978, is a contemporary British artist who uses unique bleaching techniques with vintage fabrics to create her strong cinematic paintings.
Heavily influenced by film, her current ‘Fear series’ focuses on screen stills of women in horror films and film noir, playing with out notion of paranoia, attraction and the American dream. She is one of the few female urban artists to emerge in recent times and has recently joined Stella Dore Gallery, London.
She has exhibited in numerous urban art exhibitions throughout the UK and USA. In 2008 she had two successful solo shows and her large work has been prominently exhibited at Carmichael Gallery (Los Angeles), Village Underground (London), Black Rat Press (London).
Her work features in collections in Europe, USA and the Far East. Exhibitions planned for 2009 include a group show in Carmichael Gallery (Los Angeles), in the summer and a highly anticipated solo show at Stella Dore.