Pamela Loudon is a fine artist who translates ordinary objects into bold, arresting abstracts through the fusion of photography, digital artistry and painting.
She trained at the Parson School of Design in Paris and went on to work as a photographer with the Walt Disney World Company in Paris and Tokyo.
She has documented Disney Imagineers on the job at Tokyo Disney, sumo wrestlers, the Wild West show at Euro Disney and the intersection of rock music and youth culture in the series “A Little Bit of Heaven.”
Her fascination with street life, including graffiti from around the world, has inspired her exploration of Europe, Asia and major U.S. cities. She has had her camera stolen in New York, been chased through the red light district of Paris, and dodged the yakuza in Tokyo’s notorious Roppongi.
Her vivid, distinctive images are displayed in schools, galleries, and companies in France, Japan, Singapore and the United States. Close to home, her saturated, colorful look at Orlando’s signature downtown park was exhibited by the city as “The Art of Lake Eola.” Her modern interpretation of traditional Japanese design, influenced by graffiti, cartoons and street fashion, were featured in a celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage month at Bloomingdale’s Orlando.
All pieces are custom designed and available on paper or canvas.
Many pieces are mixed media.