‘Liberty Diner’ is a 2 Colour Screen Print by contemporary artist Pam Glew. Printed onto 300gsm Bockingworth Heavyweight Paper, and hand finished with silver tone lea, the print is from a limited edition of 6 and is signed and numbered by the artist.
Contemporary British artist Pam Glew is known for her innovative bleaching technique, which she applies to vintage flags and fabrics. Using dye, stitching and other traditional methods, her work creates images of iconic women - from actresses to singers to models - all rendered in a consciously filmic aesthetic. ‘Liberty Diner’ depicts the blurred face of a girl, crafted from blocks of bright cyan and deep indigo pigment against white. On her head, the girl wears the spiked crown of the iconic statue of liberty. Bold, arresting, and compelling, this is liberty personified.