Stretched silk carrier rods dipped in Abaca pulp and brushed with indigo pulp, hand sewn onto Morgan Big-Ass paper.
Pam McKee has a MA in English literature and taught English for 25 years while
attending art classes, workshops, and developing her art. She uses handmade paper
for her work, which combines shibori resist dye techniques, printmaking, and hand
stitching. Materials and process are a focus for her, as are the use of texture and natural
dyes. She enjoys using processes which limit her control and leave something to
chance. Her work has been exhibited locally at Still Point Gallery, Juma Gallery, Heights
Arts, Zygote Press, Howson Gallery at Judson Park, CWRU Gallery at MSASS, Kendal
at Oberlin, She was awarded second place in the Morgan Conservatory American Fiber
juried exhibition in 2017.