Fine Arts Connoisseur

Pamela Talese was outdoors painting  a graffiti-covered wall and a giant gas tank in Rome’s Testaccio neighbor-hood when some gypsy children...

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Omen Arts Magazine

Pamela Talese paints urban scenes that compels us to look anew. She manages to convey something of her own enthrallment with a place or structure that...

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Transportation Alternatives Bike Blog

Pamela Talese is an on-site painter known primarily for her work on a range of subjects through out New York City, much of it done from her mobile...

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Fine Arts Connoisseur

Last season, art lovers in Washington, D.C., New York City, and London were treated to the superb touring retrospective of George Bellows (1882-1925),...

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New York Social Diary

Shugah Sugah. You may remember, if you happened to read last Monday’s Diary, that I went to a party on New Year’s Eve at Nan and Gay Talese’s...

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Chelsea Gallerista

If you glance back through this blog you’ll note that I’m a huge contemporary art fan – the weirder and more subversive, the better. But...

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Judson’s Plein Air Journal

Pamela Talese has been painting full time, mostly outdoors, since 2000. Living in New York City, she has found her muse in old icons of the...

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Fading Ad Blog

Eagle Electric Manufacturing Company, a maker of electrical devices, switches and circuit units, was founded in 1920 and based in Long Island City,...

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Art News

In “Rust Never Sleeps: Corrosion and Renewal in Maritime Industrial New York,” Pamela Talese struck an elegiac tone while deftly avoiding...

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CityArts

With admirable directness, Pamela Talese’s 20 paintings at Atlantic Gallery document the changing face of the overlooked byways of Brooklyn and...

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Brooklyn Eagle

For Pamela Talese, painting the corroding landscapes of Brooklyn’s industrial waterfront is a race to capture what’s left before it’s gone. As...

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Tugster

Big event this week:  Wednesday, Oct 21 . . . Rust/River:   Jessica Dulong reads from My River Chronicles amid Pamela Talese’s painting,...

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New York Observer

It turns out, there still is a boatyard at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. You just have to go there to find it. Pamela Talese, who painted the above painting...

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New York Times

Pamela Talese’s small, quietly observed works, painted from life, honor the plein-air tradition that many assume to be dead by turning to industrial...

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Art & Antiques

Painter Pamela Talese can often be spotted bicycling her way through Brooklyn and Queens on the way to a favorite abandoned industrial incinerator or...

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