Pam was born and raised in Darien, Connecticut where, even at a young age, she loved art and participated in local school art shows. While attending college she worked each summer in N.Y. in commercial art within the advertising world. Teaching won her heart over after graduation and she taught art for several years before becoming a fulltime mother and bringing her craft back into her home.
The call of art further developed when she built a studio in her home and exhibited in ‘town green’ art shows up and down the east coast; this went on for over twenty years.
Now she is concentrating on gallery shows and has had her paintings shown at The Spectrum Gallery, The Old Lyme Art Assoc., The Galleries at Guilford Art Assoc., Mystic Art Assoc., Essex Art Assoc.; The Garvin Studio, The Connecticut Art Trail, Slater Memorial Museum, in addition to Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburg, Pa. and Gallery West and The Emerson Art Center both in Bozeman, Montana. Her landscape and barnyard subjects come from the farms and back yards of Montana and Connecticut along with her landscapes and sunsets from Buzzards Bay to the Connecticut River to the Rocky Mountains.
Her One Woman Show at the Stone Gallery helped raise thousands of dollars for her charity, The Alzheimer’s Association.
Pam is President and a Director of the Essex Art Assoc., and an associate member of the Mystic, Old Lyme, Madison, and Guilford Art Associations
Five of her paintings depicting Connecticut’s Farm animals are presently hanging in the Congressional Office Building in Washington DC. She has recently received several awards on her work from independent jurors including ‘Best of Show’.