Pamela graduated from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia (the art school of Temple University). She began her career painting harpsichords in Europe. From there she moved to wall covering designs and learned the technical restrictions inherent in printing methods. Her very traditional style and exquisite floral repertoire make her motifs perfect for open edition print reproduction.
Pamela's studio, nestled in the hills of east central Pennsylvania, is an inspirational place. Her extensive floral gardens and the animals, birds and the insects accompanying them, provide seasonal references for her drawings and paintings. Pamela's traditional training was originally directed toward the decoration of harpsichords for various builders in the United States and Europe. Her commissions took her to Italy, Switzerland, Amsterdam and Paris. The intensive, specialized training has provided her with a good understanding of decorative design, which carries through to her designing today.