Pam is an award winning
impressionist artist studying and capturing the interplay of
light and movement of her subjects in her watercolors. She captures
the feeling or experience of her subjects through the building
of layers of colors.
Even though Pam was
born and raised in Massachusetts, her family roots go back to
the 1700s in downeast Maine. And she has always felt
both Massachusetts and Maine to be her home. She spends her time
throughout the year alternating between her home in the small
town of Boylston, Massachusetts and her home in the small town
of Seal Cove, Maine.
Pam graduated from
the University of Maryland with a BS in Education. For a few
years, Pam taught and made porcelain dolls. Painting the dolls
faces is an acquired art. Her dolls were sold at Old Sturbridge
Village, Sturbridge, MA and the Mark Twain House, Hartford, CT
with period outfits she designed.
Then Pam returned
to school and received her MS in Education, enabling her to teach
at the college level for many years. Upon retiring from her career
as a business educator and academic advisor at a local college
in 2006, Pam returned to her great love of painting.
She began painting
as a teenager in oils and painted for many years in this medium.
However, in recent years, she began painting in acrylics and
watercolors, and Pam has grown through self-learning and individual
courses in watercolor and drawing. She now primarily works in
watercolors doing a wide range of subjects working from her many
photographs taken during her leisure time throughout the year.
In the spring of
2012, Pam studied plein-air painting on a trip to Cortona, Italy
under the tutelage of JoEllen Reinhardt through the Worcester
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for artist's website: www.pamhaynesart.com
"Addie" - 23"
x 19" watercolor
"Close Up at Hunter's Beach" - 21"
x 27" watercolor
"Hunter's Beach" - 20"
x 24" watercolor
"Market, Isola Maggiore, Italy" - 23"
x 19" watercolor