Exciting fine art portraiture featuring 30 to 40 portraits of lucky Fredericksburg visitors and townspeople. (Paintings in this show have been created from Pam’s video shoot and photographs she took at our November 2019 First Friday Art Walk.)
This soft spoken artist but powerful artist was raised in Spokane, Washington and was first inspired by her parents artists Richard and Marjorie Ingalls. Her highly collectible, nationally and internationally award-winning art is known for her ability to see the remarkable in the routine; her work layered in style and meaning.
Lucky townspeople from the November party have been contacted post show for their portrait to be included in the upcoming exhibition as she captures Fredericksburg in the faces of its people. All selected will recieve a complimentary fine art print of their portrait with a portion of the proceeds going to thier favorite non profit organization should the original sell during the exhibition.
Pam is an extraordinary second generation fine artist raised in Spokane, Washington (her father started the Gonzaga University Art Department), who studied art at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy and has been a lifelong working artist. Her extremely fine, award- winning works have been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, and Africa, and been juried into more than 125 national and international shows.
She is loved by collectors and the media alike for her vibrant impressionistic representational style, recognized in editorial articles in Southwest Art Magazine, American Art Collector and American Artists Magazine and proudly carried exclusively in Texas at RS Hanna Gallery.