Since graduating from the University of Guelph in 2007, Pam worked as a studio assistant to printmaker Tammy Ratcliff and is now Director of Graven Feather, a studio/ exhibition/ workshop space on Queen Street West in Toronto. Awards include Best of Artwork on Paper at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition and Best Work on Paper at The New Art Festival, Ottawa.
Pam's three-dimensional work incorporates hand printed etchings, lithographs and monoprints executed on Japanese paper and then moulded together with fabric. The end result is reminiscent of fine porcelain. The base of the artist's works are handmade doilies collected from rural South Western Ontario. Each of these sculptural prints is a loving tribute to a region under stress, and a nostalgic yet hopeful view of its transformation.
Monoprint on Japanese paper with Textile, 18''x18''
$450 (currently on view at The Art Room)
Royal Botanical, 2013
Monoprint on Japanese paper with Textile, 12''x12''