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“When I moved to rural Baltimore County, I felt like I had died and gone to heaven. The rolling hills, big skies, rivers, and forests that I see every day has given me an endless supply of imagery.”

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My Story

As a child, I was enchanted by the outdoors. To her, the woods behind her home held a mysterious, supernatural power. Pam found a way to get to know the natural world on a deeper level. She made her first landscape painting in oil when she was in High School. Once she painted in oil, she was hooked. Painting has always been magical to her.


Pam earned her BFA in drawing from the Maryland Institute, College of Art and her MFA in painting from The City University Of New York, Queens College. After graduating, she returned to Maryland, where she earned her teaching certification from The College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Pam has taught art to elementary aged children for Baltimore County Public schools for the past 27 years. She relates to the joy and sense of wonder that she sees in her young students.

Drawing is what got Pam started as an artist at a young age. She has always loved the texture of graphite, but also uses charcoal, ink, watercolor and gouache. Printmaking bridged the gap between drawing and painting and helped her to become a better painter. Whether it is a painting or a print, she always begins an image with a drawing. Pam loves drawing and printmaking, but for her, there is nothing that compares to the magical experience of painting in oil. She enjoys the transparency, texture and vivid color that she can get through the medium.

Pam has created a body of work that explores the structures, patterns, colors, shapes and textures of nature. Landscapes, architecture, water, flowers, plants, nests, shells, and rocks are among the subjects that she has painted. She works from observation, many times in the outdoors. When it is impossible to work outside, Pam paints from observation inside her studio.

Through her artwork, Pam brings out the beauty of the natural world around her. For the past 21 years, Pam has lived in rural northern Baltimore County, where she is surrounded by the Maryland landscape. There she works from a studio in a converted barn behind her home.


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