Pamela Conyers-Hinson is a sculptor who holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Studio Art and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. She is a teaching artist for the Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts, Joslyn Art Museum and Sheldon Museum of Art. Pamela has worked with various groups within the community, including those with physical and mental disabilities.
She is a great muralist but spends more of her time creating powerful images in stone and wood, often with references to African and African American experiences. We couldn’t have finished many of our large projects without her. Especially when she created thousands of carved “stones” (that were actually styrofoam) to create the look of stone columns in the Canfield’s Sporting Goods Store, which she used tile grout mortar to adhere to create a convincing illusion.
She teaches at the Joslyn Museum with the Kent Bellows Program
She keeps us all on keel on big projects and is always encouraging!