The desire to create started with the first sunset I wished I could re-create. How did HE get that pink and orange to look so smoothly beautiful? My memories of art include that LONG armed girl my mom proudly hung on the fridge to the day dream doodles I made in class. After drafting and pastel classes I found a love of watercolor. The years of drawing payed off when laying the foundation of my art, but, I find myself captivated by the image in pencil and I have to consicously stop myself from adding every little detail before actually painting. I'm currently represented by The River Gallery in Florence Oregon. My paintings can be seen at www.pamelascolors.com
I decided to return to my roots of drawing. I have found over the years that painting for a Fine Art Gallery is a drug for the over worked ego. It is a blessing, one I cherish, but, a daily challenge to stay grounded and humble. I hope to share with you passions and dreams of art challenges I choose to create. Critiques welcomed. I have found it to be the best tool for artistic growth. Thank you for stopping by.