Pamela Lawton's subject matter relates very closely to the extravagantly empty, infinite spaces that relate to her viewpoint as an artist working from the dizzying architecture of Lower Manhattan, New York. These abstractions offer view of spaces which, like New York’s maze of steel and glass, overwhelm and focus on fragments without end. Lawton captures elements of the bending grid and the oscillations of fragmentary architecture with a very rich color palette. Solo exhibitions include the Galleria Nacional in Costa Rica, White Box, New York and Galleria Isabel Ignacio in Spain. Her work is placed in numerous private art collections and in the US Government Office of The Department of Homeland Security.