Tuesday, July 27, 2010

::Pamela Johnson::

Fine artist, Pamela Johnson creates larger than life, oil painted images of gluttonous amounts of processed foods and their packaging,
reflecting back to us our culture's need for instant gratification while ignoring the consequences of our indulgences . Johnson's work can be seen at the Adler Gallery in SF and here.

6 comments:

ZDub said...

That's crazy talent, I thought they were photos!

beachbungalow8 said...

I know. you just wanna lick 'em.

3dblur said...

photo-realism at its pinnacle! maybe she has a point... look but don't ingest...

Laura Fowler said...

I love your kitchen. I have the same wallpaper in my powder room, but lack the courage to put a nail hole in it!
I went to a wedding in Colorado this weekend and they had a photo booth for the guests with an album that you could glue your pictures in and leave a note for the bride and groom. Great idea I thought. Of course, the pictures from later in the evening where the funniest.
Laura
(the one that lives on Meyer Blvd)

Erin @ Slipcover Your Life said...

the gummi bears would be so sweet in my kitchen!

Dagny @ Scandinavian Chic said...

I'm totally loving the gummy bear painting!!

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