|Abstraction from the human figure is a consistent theme in Pam's work. Through her sculptural practice she distils the experience of the process, to make physical a narrative. Dance and gymnastics classes, as well as anatomy lessons, provided her with the framework from which to observe and understand the balance, poise, line and energy of the human body.|
Pam says, "I love the three-dimensional poetry of line, shape and form and my work try to evoke a myriad of emotions."
Although her artwork is a synthesis of traditional representations of the human form, her particular interest is in archaeological finds and archetypal imagery, and it's relevance in contemporary times.
Pam established a sculpture practice near Oxford in 1999, after a move from her native USA. She has been an artist for nearly three decades, with degrees in Art and Ceramics. She currently teaches several classes to children and adults at schools in the UK and at her studio.
She exhibits widely, and has work in private collections in the USA, France and the UK.