Pam Luer’s work usually includes organic elements as a focal point or anchor, such as, flowers, branches, leaves, or shells, while the backgrounds evolve from a series of colorful grids
and patterns intertwined with the main subject. The organic elements, and abstract patterns support and engage each other through balance, tension, repetitive patterns and color.
The relationship is one that moves
from detailed order to colorful chaos, much like nature itself.