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Pamina Stewart: Transformations 2 June 2018 to 31 August 2018
Pamina Stewart: Transformations 2 June 2018 to 31 August 2018



This exhibition showcases the work of artist Pamina Stewart, who transforms discarded or naturally available materials into objects that become meaningful and interact with the viewer and surroundings. Her recent studio based pieces are made from seashells either discarded by their previous owners or debris collected after a seafood meal.



I want to create work that allows the viewer to look more intentionally at the area it has been created in, or in the case of gallery pieces, contemplate aspects of human and animal’s behaviour and characteristics. I particularly enjoy combining my pieces so that they have a dialogue between the objects.

It is as important to celebrate what is valuable, good and hilarious in the world, as to criticise what is thoughtless, banal and cruel. While I intend my work to be thought provoking, it is also essential that I can create objects that are gratifying and satisfying for the audience.

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