Pam Posey is a Los Angeles based artist who investigates the natural world and represents her findings in paintings and works on paper. By questioning the stability of scientific methodology and relying on observation and research, she presents alternative ways to describe and interpret nature.
Posey was part of the Institute of Cultural Inquiry’s 100/10 project and her work has been exhibited most recently at the Annenberg Community Beach House, Craig Krull Gallery, Otis College Ben Maltz Gallery, Sturt Haaga Gallery, and the Huntington Beach Art Center. In 2015 Posey gave a LASER presentation of her Stone Dislocation Project at the UCLA Art/Sci Gallery. Her curatorial projects include “Nature Interrupted” at the 18th Street Art Center Gallery and “Suzanne Anker: Culturing Life” at Crossroad’s School Sam Francis Gallery. She recently returned from her fourth artist residency in Iceland.