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Pamela Flynn and CeaseFirePa are working together to bring awareness to gun violence in Philadelphia.
The Seed on Diamond Gallery is pleased to present a benefit exhibition by Pamela
Flynn titled Considering Harm/Philadelphia.
Pamela Flynn will be donating a percentage of proceeds from the sale of the
artwork to CeaseFirePa
Considering Harm is a body of work that is traveling to US
cities to bring awareness to the harm gun violence brings to individuals and to
communities. The exhibit was exhibited in NYC at the Phoenix Gallery in the
spring of 2012. The exhibit consists of 29 mixed media pieces that are
contemplative works on gun violence. Each work is exhibited with text that
refers to an incident involving gun violence in Philadelphia. The combined impact
of the work and text creates an atmosphere of contemplative tension. The viewer
is forced to Consider Harm.
Pamela Flynn is a mixed media artist who deals with
social and cultural issues in her work. She is a recipient of the 2006 Puffin
Foundation Grant for her work Road
Shrines: A Peripheral Blur. Pamela Flynn is a professor of art and the
fine arts coordinator at Holy Family University, Philadelphia.
is dedicated to reducing gun violence through education and advocacy.
The artist and representatives
from CeaseFirePa will be at the opening January 12th, 2013 from 1:00-3:00