Pam's art was first displayed at the ripe old age of five, when she was chosen to be in Chicago ARt Institute's children's collection. Since then, she's studied a variety of mediums at several colleges and art schools. in recent years, she's concentrated on original clay sculpture, which she teaches out of her home studio on the Oregon Coast. Her hand-sculpted stoneware is fired to cone six, and many of her works follow the ancient Japanese traditions of raku. Pam is one of the founding artists in the Pacific ARtists' Alliance Gallery in Lincoln City, Oregon and for the past two years she has been included in the Mask Invitational at For Artsake gallery in Newport, Oregon, where her entry was featured on the show's 2014 flyer. Pam's hand-crafted clay sculptures are also in many private collections around the nation. She has been represented at New Jersey's Red Canoe Creative Gallery in Beach Haven Art & Decor in Surf City; and Watermark Art Gallery in Tuckerton, New Jersey. Pam is also an American Kennel Club judge and her love of animals is often reflected in her art work.
Pacific Artists' Co-op Gallery Open Every Day: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
620 NE Highway 101 (north of the Lincoln City Cultural Center) Lincoln City, OR 97367