Pam Negrin’s artwork includes embroidery, appliqué, drawing, collage, improvisational quilting, printmaking and assemblage. Her residencies transform classrooms into creative and collaborative handwork studios.
Pam worked for ten years at Kaleidoscope, a children’s art center in Kansas City that is a philanthropic project of Hallmark Cards, Inc. and Crayola. Here in Maryland, she has team-taught visual art residencies with classroom teachers for the last 7 years.
Pam has dual degrees: a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a BS from Carnegie Mellon University. Her work is in the private collection of Lenel Srochi-Meyerhoff and John Meyerhoff. Surface Design Journal described Pam's work as “meticulously rendered”, “inspiringly detailed tactile surfaces” and “curiously suggestive juxtapositions.”