Pamela Sukhum, noted as a gifted artist, has emerged powerfully in the art world. Her art employs a radiant use of color and has been described as uniquely textural. Sukhum’s art creates a visual state of constant involvement for the appreciator. Many have referred to her work as the beginning of a new genre.
Pamela’s breakthrough style was initially fueled by her background as a scientist in the biomedical field. Her work is a conveyance of essence and energy in physical form on the canvas.
Ms. Sukhum’s art is featured in prominent galleries across the country, while her images have graced the covers of national and international publications. Most recently, her work can be seen at Hamilton-Selway Fine Art in Los Angeles, alongside that of Warhol, Haring, Lichtenstein and Basquiat. Corporate collections include Ernst and Young, Deloitte and Touche, Boston Scientific and United Health Corporation. A 20-foot mural in Mazatlan, Mexico highlights her significant list of private commissions.
Sukhum, an avid traveler, has studied and deepened her creative spirit in Thailand, Nepal, Tibet, South America and Africa. Drawing from her interactions with diverse cultures and geographies, Pamela’s art evokes a universal sense of connection and unity.
Based on all of her life experiences, Pamela Sukhum built Infinite Vision Art Publishing to bring forth beautiful, healing, and uplifting imagery, and to catalyze positive change in the world.
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