Pamela Redick finds the landscape in New England to be extremely inspiring and important. She’s been painting these scenes since 1988, after moving here from the
Mid-West. She paints in the studio with acrylics usually working from photos she has taken while hiking in the beautiful, varied, and occasionally odd landscapes of this area. Her landscapes are not intended to be just recognizable places but instances of being someplace out-of-the-ordinary, connecting with that feeling of being in and at one with nature. Her art-making goal is to get lost in the work, make mistakes and ultimately create artwork that sparks surprise and intrigue.
Pamela studied at the Worcester Art Museum and Valparaiso University and began her career exhibiting in the Chicago area, winning awards early on at shows held at the Art Institute of Chicago. She later won prizes at the National Academy of Design and National Association of Women Artists in New York.
More recently, Pamela has enjoyed working on collaborative projects that allow her to experiment with different media and styles.
Blink Gallery has a small collection of Pamela’s work on view in the gallery. A few pieces are also available through our online store.