Pamela Lombardi, born in New Jersey, USA, she lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.
Eclectic artist deals with photography, installation, painting, printing.
Starts to show hes work over the years ’91s. Her research is based on the psychological relationship between man and nature.
Currently, research is focused on the art material artifacts of human culture, recently, plastic traveling the seas in the world.
Among the most important exhibitions include:
2010, Alexandropolis Museum, Alexandropolis, Samotrace Pinacoteque, Takis Alexiou Fondation, Athens, Greece; Material Drift, Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, GA; Contemporary Feminine Mythology,Primo Piano LivingGallery, Lecce, Italia;
2009,Panthalassa, ArtLife Contemporary, Arte Visive of Biennale di Venezia, Italia;
2008,Plastic Durations, NY Arts Beijing, China (during the 2008 Olympics);
2007, Drifters, Charleston Heights Art Center Las Vegas, Nevada;
2006, Birdspace, Tucson Art Museum Tucson, AZ;
2005, Birdspace, Norton Museum West, Palm Beach, Florida and Hudson River Museum Yonkers, NY.
Samothrace Isle,Greece; Maier Museum of Art Lynchburg, VA; Knestrick Contractors, Inc. Nashville, TN; City of Atlanta, Art in Public Places Atlanta, GA; Kilpatrick Stockton Attorneys Atlanta, GA; Blue Ocean Institute Cold Spring Harbor, NY ; Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington, DC; Knoxville Museum of Art Knoxville, Tennesse; Hyatt Regency International Hotel Naples, Florida; Arizona State University Art Museum Tempe, Arizona; Atlanta Hartsfield Airport, Immigration Concourse Atlanta, Georgia; Softblox Computing Technologies Atlanta, Georgia; Tweed Art Museum Duluth, Minnesota; Saks Fifth Avenue Atlanta, Georgia; Kennedy Art Museum Athens, Ohio; MBL Life Assurance Corporation New Jersey;Benziger Winery Sonoma, California; Hunter Museum of Art Chattanooga, Tennessee; Freeman-Hawkins Attorneys at Law Atlanta, Georgia; Stockholders Systems Atlanta, Georgia; Burroughs-Wellcome Pharmaceuticals Ralleigh, North Carolina; Instituto de Estudios Norteamericanos Barcelona, Spain; Miami Metropolitan Museum and Art Center, Coral Gables, Florida.