“I paint much like I cook. I have a recipe in mind, but throw in a few ingredients that sound good together. I don’t measure and I find my way as I go. Much like the way I’d like to live my life, now that I think about it.”
Pam enjoys the bold use of color and expressive brush strokes to create her loose, painterly style. She utilizes various materials in her work, including oils, acrylics, cold wax, graphite, oil sticks, and oil pastels to add layers of line, color, and texture. Many of her collections feature large abstracted landscapes with a coastal influence.
She grew up in a small town in the Midwest where she read lots of library books, drew in her sketchbook, and dreamed of being a traveling photojournalist. She has a degree in Marketing from Utah State University, a Graphic Design degree from The Art Institutes, and an MBA from the University of South Carolina.
She paints in her home studio in Charlotte, North Carolina where she lives with her husband and sons.