|Pamela Granbery, Performance photo, Virgin Islands, The Gallery, Borrego, Ca
"I have been reworking ideas from the late 60s, some of which have text. They are all performance pieces situated in the environment. I also had a gallery The Gallery in Borrego this winter, the glass case has costumes and artifacts in it."
Pamela Granbery is a painter/performance artist who lives between Rhode Island in summers and California in winters. A graduate of Bennington College, and the Whitney Program, she worked with the likes of Helen Frankenthaler, bounced on the knees of Rauschenberg and Tony Smith as a child, and taught at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been widely shown and collected in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, and beyond.