pam negrin

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.”