Why I paint What I Paint

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Pamela in the Studio.

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

“I never know what my art will become until the journey is over, and that may not happen until it reaches your soul”

WHY I PAINT WHAT I PAINT

Before I became a full-time artist, I was a social worker and family counselor for many years. I saw that people who had broken spirits rarely picked themselves up.

I found that if I were able to help a person move into a positive-energy direction they would look at life differently and change their lives for the better. I believe that all people have the right to live a better and abundant life.

As an artist I choose to paint art that is full of movement, positive-energy, and color to uplift the spirits of others.

People who place my positive-energy art in their homes have a constant reminder of an experience, mood, feeling or trigger that helps them to see past a broken spirit and onto abundance and happiness. My customers tell me how happy they are every time they walk past one of my paintings; it lifts their spirit.

What better reason to paint than to bring joy and happiness to others.

 

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