PAM’s mural is a one-of-a-kind, one-foot-tall installation of the local family’s traditional artwork.
Pam’s family started herding chickens to build a barn in her hometown of Glendora, California in 1974.
Since then, Pam has built murals all over her hometown that have garnered the attention of artists, musicians, and artists around the world.
The family decided to put their unique work to work in the city’s parks, so Pam’s family painted the murals themselves.PAM’s colorful murals have been featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times, on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” and in magazines and newspapers worldwide.
In addition, Pam’s paintings have appeared in the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, DC, and the New York Public Library in New Jersey.
As a mother of two young boys, Pam was always passionate about creating art.
She spent her free time painting murals, which were then put on display in her favorite parks and gardens.
She has since been recognized for her creative talents in the arts community.
Pams art has appeared in The Washington Post, National Geographic, Entertainment Weekly, the National Geographic Channel, and more.PAMS mural is now one of the citys largest artworks and has been featured in several local publications including the Los Angles Times, L.A. Times, and The New York Times.
The mural is currently on display at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Museum for American Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and in the Los Altos Museum of Art.
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