I find endless inspiration in all that nature has to offer in Maine. My paintings record passages in time, while examining how sunlight illuminates the landscape. Maine's varied scenery is brought into focus by intensifying the natural colors and using bold brush strokes in my work.
Pamela was born in Bethesda, MD and lives in N Yarmouth, ME. She has a Bachelor of Fine Art and focuses on painting landscapes and still life in oil. She grew up visiting her grandparents in Maine every year since birth. She has a strong connection to the coast as well as the mountains since those travels brought her to both areas throughout her life. Her subject matter ranges from Maine's inland scenery to its rocky shoreline. This diverse landscape begs to be captured in her work, and highlights Maine's undeniable beauty. She emphasizes this by using bold brush strokes and exaggerated color. She also enjoys painting still life subjects that embody quintessential Maine. These are typically objects found on her daily excursions.
1998-2000 BFA, Florida Atlantic University
1997-98 Massachusetts College of Art
1995-97 Savannah College of Art and design
2021 Bangor Art Society 2021 Juried Art Show, Eastern Maine Development Corporation, Bangor, ME
2020 Art2020 25th Annual Juried Art Show, Harlow Gallery, Hallowell, ME (curated by Erin Hutton)
J. and T. Larsen
J. and R. Kovich
C. and Z. Sprague, Landscape
E. and E. Anton, Seascape
M. and S. Sprague, Landscape
M. and S. Sprague, Still Life
J. Sullivan, Landscape
J. and T. Larsen, Landscape
August Ocean Park Art Walk
2nd Place for Painting, Juror Gayle Fitzpatrick
September Ocean Park Art Walk
1st Place for Painting, Juror Piper Bolduc
Sugarloaf Resort under Snow
Watercolor on paper, 5 x 8.5"
Reid State Park, Georgetown
Oil on Wood, 9 x 24"