Pam Dixon

Founder of Gallery 621, a co-op for contemporary artists in Benicia, Pam began her career in free-lance commercial and industrial art, later becoming a serious exhibiting artist in the 80’s.

Dixon’s checkered life history-a mad-cap mixture of Hollywood, Carmel and San Francisco “contribute to (her) inspired playfulness and sense of poignancy as refreshing as a blast of fresh air”, Mark Van Proyen. Art Week.

Recently presented Dixon Revue, including Elephant Head, The RedBull: Ode to William Harsh and other new works at Gallery 621. Read the Gregory Ghent Review here.

Pam Dixon is currently  a visiting artist at the ceramic studio of Tony Natsoulas in Sacramento.02Dixon_ArfPlate

Exhibited at Skinner/Howard, Sacramento (March 2011). Notable exhibitions (from a long list) include two retrospectives: Richmond Art Center and San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art.

Studio: Benicia, California

website: Artist’s website

Pam Dixon

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