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About pam

I am retired from real 9 to 5 jobs. I do my artwork and occasionally write poetry. In September 2010, I moved to Fargo, ND after spending 60 years in Phoenix, Arizona. Now, five years later, July 2015, I'm back in Arizona. And yes, I love the heat!

WIP: Abstract Self Portrait

The two pictures you see are one in the same. I took an old self portrait to a figure drawing session with the purpose of painting right on top of it.  First I turned it upside down so I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Rabbit Man? Pod People? Painting needs a new name

This painting was posted on Opera a few years back and was named “The Pod People”. For some reason, that name doesn’t fit. In fact, there is a movie with that name and after seeing the movie, the painting really … Continue reading

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Visions of the past

One in a series of many ultra fine point, permanent marker drawings I’ve done over the the last three winters. Wish I could get the whole drawing onto the scanner but I’ll have to photograph all of them eventually. 11 … Continue reading

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Something Old

This is something that made it on the moving truck when I moved to Fargo. It is one of my treasures….a screen door ornament from the 1950’s. Some people might shake their heads and wonder why but that is just … Continue reading

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Ten Minute Stream of Consciousness by Pamela Sabbia

10 minute stream of consciousness Like a mist it closes around me I gasp for air panic rises in my throat run run fast get away before it surrounds twinkle, twinkle went the stars and the sounds bombard my brain … Continue reading

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Besides me reading books to her, Mia likes to make art installations out of them.

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Take a seat

These chairs may be in my next painting. Photo courtesy of my son Michael Sabbia. He took a bunch at the community garden in downtown Phoenix. It doesn’t look like much is growing in certain places, but he got a … Continue reading

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