Pamela discovered her love of painting as a child. She would borrow her father’s paint and brushes to paint a painting on an old piece of wood or a wall in her bedroom. At night she would fall asleep watching him paint. The morning light would reveal that a bright orange sunset had replaced the white void of canvas from the night before. Her father inspired Pamela to paint and his influence is still present in her work.
Pamela is a self-taught artist and has experimented with several different styles and mediums in her quest to create something uniquely hers. Her latest passion is sculpting. She is able to capture the true likeness of an individual or a cherished pet in her refined Bas-relief portraits and sculptures. Children and animals are favorite subjects.
Pamela’s murals, paintings and sculptures are in private collections and commercial locations in Maui and California.
“I believe that there are three parts that make up who we are; they are our physical beings, our spirits and our intellect. Using paint, brush and canvas the artist struggles to communicate using one, two or all three of these perspectives. The most important aspect of creating art is to relax and have fun. The canvas or a lump of clay is an opportunity to play and to create your own world.”