•May 8, 2013 • Leave a Comment
We are kicking off the spring season with a new partnership with Gallery Diamante in sunny Carmel, CA. If you happen to be near this “Bohemian Art Village” of the West, be sure to stop in to Gallery Diamante to view Pamela’s collection. To see more of Pamela’s latest works visit: http://www.infinitevisionart.com/paintings/
•April 3, 2013 • Leave a Comment
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Art Leaders Gallery. This amazing gallery was established over 20 years ago in West Bloomfield, MI and are in the process of expanding to a new larger 11,000 square foot location this spring!
To see Pamela’s new releases, visit http://www.infinitevisionart.com/paintings/.
•March 18, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Solitude and the Roar Within
Painting by Pamela Sukhum, Poetry by Pavi Mehta
I was so happy last weekend to finally meet with an amazing woman while in California. We have shared so much serendipity, it seems as if the Gods would have us cross paths over and over again. Below is a beautiful poem she wrote and sent me that inspired this painting.
The poetry of solitude presses against bare skin like stethoscope, earns a living listening for beat of hidden heart in things. All day all night, rivers run through body, whispering important secrets. No such thing as too busy (you are only too lazy or too afraid) to pay attention. But one day on a windy shore you will lean to pick up loneliness. Like conch shell cradle it to ear; hear the wide blue roar within.Thank you for your gifts and generosity, Pavi!
•February 20, 2013 • Leave a Comment
New Hemispheres Series
We were swimming in Kauai and suddenly found ourselves surrounded by sea turtles. Magnificent is too light a word to describe these amazing creatures. To be swimming alongside them underwater in their natural habitat was such a surprise gift.
In the Hawaiian language, sea turtles are called, “Honu”. To some, they have also symbolized a navigator that is able to find its way home again and again. Honu have also been revered as an Amakua (guardian spirits).
Most species of sea turtle are endangered and we were mindful of this as we swam next to these graceful creatures. Humans have had a lot to do with the devastation of their populations and hopefully, humans will also be largely responsible for their repopulation and growth.
It is hard to describe in words what it was like to be with these graceful, peaceful creatures and it would be a tragedy to think that they have become endangered as a species (it is thought that 150-200 species of plants and animals go extinct each day, which, some biologists say, is 1,000 more than the “natural” or “background” rate).
To do my part, I would like to donate a large proportion of the sale of this piece to the Sea Turtle Conservancy. If you are interested in learning more you can contact us at:
www.infinitevisionart.com and email@example.com.
•February 18, 2013 • Leave a Comment
We are excited to announce a new partnership with Art Obsessions located in historic Truckee, California nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. If you are in the neighborhood, come check out Pamela’s latest works and have some regional wine at the wine bar! Click here to view her new releases: http://www.infinitevisionart.com/paintings.