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The following pages provide a sampling of Pam's work over the past few years. Pam has produced more that 48 paintings in her current Fish and Whale series.
Most of these images are available as framed giclee prints. Each print has an image area of approximately 11 x 14 inches and is presented in a 16 x 20 inch frame.
Prints are available in both single and double mat formats. All of the images featured on this web site are available as giclee prints.
 
Each print is priced at $155 double mat or $145 single mat.
 
 
Pam also has produced 20 art cards measuring approximately 5 x 7 inches.
Cards with envelopes are individually priced at $4.50 or four cards for $15.
 
 
 
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Raven Pinks
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West Coast Crows find plenty to eat during spawning

Lifecycle of a stream
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A pair of cutthroats represent the 24-hour cycle of a trout/salmon stream

The Bald Eagle
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The brown feathers are really brown trout while salmon make up the head

 
 
Pam believes that art should live on your wall not just hang.
In her paintings the closer you get, the more you will see.
 
 
 

The Halibut Bear
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Sockeye are fair game when spawning

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Orca whale


Great Blue Heron Chinook
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The Chinook and Great Blue Heron are two of Nature's majestic creatures.


Arctic Char pair
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Spawning and cold water bring out vivid colors and patterns

Yin Yang Whales
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Humpback Whales

Pam's work has been displayed in the U.S. and Canada and has been featured in some motion pictures filmed in the Northwest. As well as different galleries, Pam was a regular participant in the Pacific Rim Art Exposition at the Seattle Exhibition Center. An eleven year sojourn in Poulsbo, Washington found Pam a contributor to the Bainbridge Ars Walk and a regular participant of the Art in the Woods Studio Tour on the Kitsap Penninsula where she is honoured to be on the City of Poulsbo's Artists' roster. Cards of the series are sold internationally and have been featured in many locations including the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Pam is a watercolorist with a reputation for being different.
Her unique images depict "pictures within pictures".
The result is one that makes people smile and ponder.
 

"I feel myself a channel through which my art flows."