Pamela Jorden applies paint in directed, pushed and dragged flows, creating markers through active and physical manipulation of materials. Working on shaped stretchers, Jorden pulls, stretches, and incises linen to wrap around convex and concave curves. Jorden often refers to landscape and qualities of light in her work, associating the exposed areas of linen with the color and texture of the sandy soil of Southern California, where she resides. Fluid and organic, the result is a reassembly of a dynamic surface of shifting focus, conveying the immediacy of granular detail and the vastness of geologic time.View CV
Pamela Jorden’s “Forest” at Romer Young Gallery Reviewed by KQED
Pamela Jorden’s show, Forest, has been reviewed by Sarah Hotchkiss for KQED. Forest is currently at Romer Young Gallery through October 30, 2021.
Pamela Jorden Featured in an Article on Tondo Paintings
Pamela Jorden's practice is discussed in "Why Artists Are Turning to Tondo Paintings," an article written by Rahel Aima for Artsy.net.
Full color monograph, with works from 2004 through 2014. Contributors Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, Alice Könitz, Kaveri Nair. 80 pages, soft cover. Published by Black Dog Press.
Pamela Jorden: Making Reflector
KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD edition No. 1 documents Pamela Jorden’s studio and the ideas behind the works in her solo show “Reflector.”
Pamela Jorden: Reflector
Pamela Jorden’s show Reflector was reviewed by David Rhodes in the June 2020 issue of The Brooklyn Rail
Lower East Side’s Best Art Exhibitions Bring Us Brave New Subgenres of Abstraction
Paddy Johnson includes "Reflector," Pamela Jorden's solo show, in her article on abstraction.
Looking Through Trees
Zachary Royer Scholz writes about Pamela Jorden's solo show at Romer Young gallery in San Francisco.
Mark Van Proyen reviews "Sun and Moon," Pamela Jorden's solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend in Art in America.