Pam was born in Ayrshire on the scenic West Coast of Scotland and she graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1986. Her work extends to both Fine Art, in the form of highly coloured ‘pure pastel’ works, mixed media paintings and Textile Design, creating colourful, painterly and textural effects on fabric.
Most of Pam’s work has been influenced by the strong colourist tradition in Scottish and French Painting, and she continues to seek a fresh modern approach, one which respects traditional drawing and painting methods, whilst offering something fresh and individual. Galleries and Events
Paisley Art Institute Exhibitions Morningside Gallery, Edinburgh Thistle Gallery, Glasgow Red Rag Gallery, Bath Green Gallery, Stirlingshire MacLaurin Galleries, Ayr Hebrides Art, Seilebost, Isle of Harris Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld, Perthshire Fotheringham Gallery, Bridge of Allen Stirling Art, Stirling Tighnabruaich Gallery, Argyll Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead, London Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London Affordable Art Fair, Bristol Edinburgh Art Fair Glasgow Art Fair Invited Artist, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow - The Glasgow Group Invited Artist, The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow - The Glasgow Group Invited Artist, Primary Portfolio Show, Glasgow - The Glasgow Group
Pam's work has been recognised at Paisley Art Institute where the Small Painting Prize was awarded in her first year of selection.
Her work has been featured in magazines such as House & Garden Homes and Interiors Scotland The World of Interiors.
Publishers include Woodmansterne, Edinburgh Arts and Ocean Publishing.
Works are now sought after by private collectors and her unique Art, Textile and Jewellery Design work continues to flourish via her own Studio and Gallery located on the West Coast of Scotland.
'Distinctive'...... Homes and Interiors Scotland 'Expressively Luminous'...... The Herald