Pam Davis came to painting later in life after a career in finance. She began her studies with Vijay Kumar at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking. She now studies with David Dunlop at the Silvermine Arts Center. Her prints and landscapes have received a number of awards from the Rowayton Arts Center. She is member of the Silvermine Guild of Artists.
After a hiatus to be the Executive Director of the Silvermine Arts Center, Pam returned to painting with a renewed passion and a change of medium from watercolor to acrylics.
Pam’s landscapes embody a dynamic sense of place. The basic elements are classical, yet the result is contemporary. Her work uses a number of tools and techniques to achieve a layering of images that are at once vibrant, yet serene. The human mark is evident throughout her work.
Pam’s work reflects the influence of her teachers, the old masters, Moti, Richter, and Turner, among others.
Her work can be found in private collections in Aspen, Atlanta, Boston, Fairfield County, Jackson Hole, Newburyport and New York City.