About the Artist

Pam’s love of watercolour has resulted in her winning numerous awards and having her works acquired by overseas collectors, business houses and private residences.  She also works and teaches in other mediums at her Willetton studio.  At times she combines her watercolour with other mediums to produce her popular mixed media works.

Through a love of nature she especially enjoys painting florals, landscapes and seascapes in a realistic or impressionist realism style and recently has added working watercolour on yupo and watercolour canvas in a semi-abstract style.

Pam has held 7 joint exhibitions with a fellow artist, 5 solo exhibitions at art expos, joined other international artists exhibiting 4 times at Allendale Square Building and 10 exhibitions at the Crown Casino International Hotel.  She has participated in numerous other small group exhibitions, in addition to and undertaking commission commitments, workshops and demonstrations.

Her work was purchased by the West Australian Wheat Board as a gift to Japan.

In 1994,’95 and ‘96 she was invited to be the sole Artist In Residence for the Perth Garden Week.

She has designed and painted the signature label for a vineyard in Denmark Western Australia .

She was invited to write an article for “The Australian Artist” magazine which included a step-by-step demonstration and images of her previous works.

In 2015 she was awarded a Fellowship of the Watercolour Society of W.A.

Pam was a finalist in the 2019 International Watercolour Fabiano Competition and Exhibition in Italy.  Again exhibiting in the International Watercolour exhibition in Perth in 2020, representing W.A.

She is currently a Member and Fellow of the Watercolour Society of W.A., Alfred Cove Arts Society, Plein Air Painters of Perth, The Pastel Society of W.A., Melville Community Arts Association and The West Australian Society of Arts.

AWARDS INCLUDE:

Watercolour Society of WA 13 awards including 2 First Prizes and 5 People’s Choice Melville Art Award 4 awards including 1st Prize Watercolour and People’s Choice
WA Society of Arts 7 awards including 2 First Prizes and 2 People’s Choice Melville Community Art Assoc 8 awards including 2 Best In Show
Best Traditional Work and Runner-up Awards
1st Prize Watercolour
Alfred Cove Art Society 1st Prize Watercolour and People’s Choice
1st Prize in Pastels
1st Prize in Portraiture
Cockburn Community & Cultural Council 38 awards including 4 Best In Show
3 People’s Choice
1st Prize Gouche & Ink
2x First in Watercolour
Canning Art Society 1st Prize Watercolour Pastel Society of WA 1st Prize 5” x 9” section

 

 

Shore Break

$400

40 x 30cm

The ocean is one of my favourite subjects. This is watercolour on stretched canvas.

The painting is sealed and not required to be under glass.  Therefore it can confidently be hung as presented or placed in a boxed-in frame without glass. However for a more contemporary presentation I wrapped the painting around the sides of the canvas, which negates the need for framing..

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A Splendid Pair

$500

80 x 60cm – Framed

Blue wrens are such a popular subject.  Here I have decided to set them on a twist of vine set against a dark background to offset the bright blue of the male and the subtle softness of colour of the female.  Such a beautiful couple.

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Ebony & Ivory – Best Friends

$350 – Framed
$295 – Unframed & Matted

60 x 50cm

This painting won 1st prize for portraiture at the 2021 Alfred Cove Arts Society exhibition.  A play of words from the song by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder entitled Ebony and Ivory.  The painting depicts the personalities of the two sitters and the strong bond between them, despite colour, race and creed…. Just simply, best friends.

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Little Blue

$350 – Framed
$300 – Unframed & Matted

47 x 60cm

These exquisite little birds dance around our holiday house in Yallingup with flashes of blue.   I captured this little fellow resting on an old tap.

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Kimberley Reflections

$450 – Framed
$300 – Unframed & Matted

Unframed

Having recently toured the King River in the Kimberleys I was fascinated by the towering rugged cliffs and their reflections in the river.  Such a myriad of colours and textures

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Seagulls At Play

$350 – Framed
$270 – Matted & Unframed

Unframed

A restful everyday scene which, will conjure up happy memories of a favourite place. 

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