Pamela's ArtPrize Nine (2017) Installation
September 20 – October 8 • Amway Grand Plaza Hotel
…there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go…
Life's ebb and flow, at one point or another, brings us to a significant place where change and transformation can occur if we let go of whatever holds us back or weighs us down—like control, expectations, toxic relationships, or fear.
At times, we may feel like we're drowning in despair, defeat, or disappointment. But hope remains alive. If we somehow muster the courage to reach through the breakers, a tiny lifeline of hope reaches back to keep us afloat.
How we chart our course until the next rising tide is up to us. The choice is ours. But we will experience a new level of peace and soul healing if we release the past or the present and begin to let go.
Be an art patron! Purchase one of Pamela's unique paintings to help fund her ArtPrize 2017 interactive healing installation.
Special thanks to PlexiCase Incorporated for their valuable contributions to Let Go.
Since 2009, ArtPrize is the world's largest open art competition. This 19-day event in Grand Rapids, Michigan draws more than 500,000 visitors with around 1500 participating artists. This unique event involves local and international artists, art, and active community participation. Veteran ArtPrize artist and facilitator Pamela Alderman is known for creating a new kind of artist/viewer work that invites audience collaboration. Her work lets others speak and respond. In 2015, her work, Hometown Hero, was voted into the Top 20 and finished 3rd Place for Time-Based exhibits.
Pamela has been an ArtPrize artist since 2009