Following a visit to Shetland, the most northern part of the British Isles, Pam was intrigued by the mystical appearance of a Harl or mist from the sea, which often covers the landscape in that remote corner of the UK. As in many of her works, the colours and drama of the landscape and the shapes and colours of the farms/crofts provide the additional inspiration.
Pam Carter was born in Tanganyika, East Africa in 1952 to an Austrain mother and Scottish father. From the mid 1980’s she taught in various colleges, including Falkirk College when she was instrumental in developing the HND Public Art and helped write BA Design. In 2004 Pam decided to give up lecturing to concentrate on painting full time. Today Pam Carter has an international reputation for her strong, expressive paintings of the Scottish landscapes. Her highly sought after oil paintings have been exhibited at many group art shows including the Royal Scottish Society, the Royal Glasgow Institute, Visual Arts Scotland, and the Paisley Art Institute. She is the recipient of many art aw ...
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