Pamela Testa is currently enrolled in the Master of Fine Art program at Kent State University, where she also received her Bachelor’s degree. She has been a full-time, stay-at-home mom for the last fourteen years, and after graduation, plans to create her own print studio where she will continue to make work. Pamela is a printmaker that uses intaglio and relief, but takes prints out of the traditional editioning method by changing colors, cutting into them, folding them and incorporating other materials, usually found objects. She has exhibited her work at Zygote Press in Cleveland, Ohio, and has work available for sale there. Her new work is moving toward installations and incorporating more sculptural materials to create environments that interact with the viewer.