Pam Glew, born 1978, is a contemporary artist who is best known for her unique bleaching technique on fabric and flags. She uses dye and bleach to deconstruct and distress vintage materials in her own breed of painting.
Heavily inspired by film, her paintings often use cinematic screen stills of women as their starting point. Her large-scale work has been showcased in Europe, USA, Asia and Australia in over 80 group exhibitions and 5 solo shows and is keenly collected worldwide. The 'Beautiful and Damned' series was recently shown in a large scale solo show in Blackall Studios London & Mauger Modern Victoria.