Dutchess Community College Department of Performing and Visual Arts and Communication

Pamela Blum

Associate Professor of Visual Art

016 Washington Center --- 845.431.8698

Pamela Blum is a painter of encaustics -- pigment suspended in beeswax. She has a diverse background in many visual disciplines including drawng, painting, sculptural installation, performance art, architecture, physical planning and graphic design. She specializes in teaching and directing foundations programs in visual art, the first two years of study. She has exhibited her work throughout the United States and in France. Active in national organizations, she has been the Editor of F.A.T.E. in Review, the Journal of Foundations in Art Theory and Education, and a member of the Mid-America Art Association Board of Directors.

Professor Blum has a BA degree in studio art and art history from the University of Pennsylvania and a MFA in sculptural installation from the Massachusetts College of Art.

Two Dimensional Design
Color Theory
Examples of Personal Work    [click to enlarge]