Pam Black Art

You haven’t heard from me much in January due to the loss of my computer. It’s tough bumming everyone else’s computer to check your email, etc.  So I’m happy to report I’m back with a better desktop and back to writing.

From time to time I’d like to showcase the work of artists that I know.  Today I’d like to share with you:


Pam is a dear friend who I met a long time  ago and have just in the past few years caught up with again.  As it says on her website she

” enjoys working on wildlife paintings in her studio-with her yellow Lab by her side -surrounded by nature in her country home.”

She’s a gifted and perseverant  Canadian artist.  If you are familiar with Canada you will know that it has some of the most beautiful landscapes and ocean scenes in the world. It is also home to many of Nature’s most beautiful wildlife.

Much of this beauty is portrayed in Pam’s pastel work.  Vivid colours and striking textural detail make her work a pleasure to view.  Let me show you some examples:

The painting above is a new one from Pam called “Left Behind”


In the detail above from an (to-date) unfinished work you can see her wonderful ability to make you feel the texture of the fur. Here are some more samples below.


Pam Black has prints of her work which you can purchase by contacting her at her website. These are quality limited edition Artist Proofs handpicked by the artist.  One of those prints is of the painting “Evening Watch” (24.5 x 30.75) as you can see  here.

Lone wolf in the evening