Pamela Kogen

Ici I

Silk photograph, crayon and graphite on wood panel. 8" x  8"

Here I

Graphite, silk photograph and crayon on wood panel. 8"x 8"

Ecco

Graphite, silk photograph and crayon on wood panel. 8"x 8"

Here II

Graphite, silk photograph and crayon on wood panel. 8"x 8"

Echo

Graphite, silk photograph and crayon on wood panel. 8"x 8"

Small Work III

Acrylic, paper, silk and graphite on wood panel

8" x 10"

Small Work II

Acrylic, paper, silk and graphite on wood panel

8"x 10"

Small Work I

Acrylic, paper, silk and graphite on wood panel

8" x 10"

Pamela Kogen was born in Philadelphia and received a BFA in painting from Parsons School of Design (NYC). Her work is frequently thematically or materially tied to textiles.  From her use of iconic forms of clothing as a visual metaphor, to the repurposing of textiles in painted sculptural reliefs, to the use of fabric as a layer in a painting, she seeks to transform what is often banal or overlooked into a new or unexpected form.
Pamela works from a studio in Hopewell, New Jersey.