Pamela has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine
Art and Education. When home raising her family she also
graduated from the Famous Artist School through correspondence,
one of her instructors being Norman Rockwell.
She is retired after teaching and corporate careers of thirty
years and has become a successful watercolorist; now working
also in collage and oils. She prefers old fashioned linseed oil
and turpentine to the more modern products because the smell of
oil and turpentine takes her back in history. “At that time I
feel like I have always been a painter.”
Pamela infuses affirmations into all of her work. Thoughtful
meditation of “healing,” “joy,” “light” and “courage” have been
consciously put into each piece. This seems to guide her
paintings to just the person who needs them. She often finds out
later why a collector was drawn to her piece.
Pamela’s love of color and patterns welcome eyes of
appreciation. When she paints she allows the free flow of color
to surprise us with its beautiful effects.
Her paintings seem to be gentle and joyful, bringing smiles to
people. She loves to see someone notice the detail and step
closer to look carefully at the tiny strokes and color changes.
Pamela is a member of the Fountain Hills Art League, the
Scottsdale Artists League and has been juried into the Arizona