After completing her initial training in Art and Education, in Stoke on Trent and Birmingham, Pam moved to North Yorkshire where she joined a Craft workshop, designing and making patchwork quilts. She fulfilled her lifelong ambition in 2011, graduating from Harrogate School of Art and Design with a First Class B. A. (Hons) in Applied Creative Design.
She is now a self-employed artist and printmaker, working from her home studio in Markington, North Yorkshire.
Through her limited edition linoprints, she explores her relationship with the environment, both rural, urban, and more recently, coastal. She focuses on how places affect her, which acts as inspiration for imaginative possibilities.
Birds and the natural forms of trees and plants seen on walks around her home are a constant source of inspiration. Shapes and colours from these landscapes often find their way into her work.
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