In 1995 she made Calgary her home leaving Ontario behind. With an art education from the University of Guelph; work experience in screen printing, graphic art, and a brief stint as an opaque artist for an Ottawa animation company, the pursuit of art as a full-time career was a natural direction.
As pencil touches paper, the idea forms. Heavy outlines, strong shapes, interaction of positive and negative space, play of colour, bold and bright; markings and layering- these are all part of her finished work. The personification of the inanimate, or anthropomorphism of nature dominate the surface. Her canvas; a fabricated work, an escape from the day to day vicissitudes of life.
Pam is a current member of the Alberta Society of Artists and an associate member of Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver.
Her work can be found in commercial galleries, private, corporate, and public collections.