Pamela Kay is
one of this countryís most highly regarded painters of flowers and still
life. Her skill at capturing the transient glory of delicate blooms and the
enduring beauty of simple everyday objects finds many excellent examples in
this collection of her work. A frequent exhibitor at Llewellyn Alexander,
Pamela will also be showing several interiors and garden views - notably of
Monetís garden in Giverny - painted during a recent trip to France.
Pamela Kay is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and a member of the
Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour, the Royal Society of British
Artists and the New English Art Club.
She has travelled extensively, frequently visiting the Mediterranean region
but also working in the Middle East, Far East, Baltic and Russia.
Publications on her work include The Art of Pamela Kay by Michael Spender,
David and Charles, 1993. Pamela is herself the author of Gouache, A Personal
View published in 1995 and is a frequent contributor to art magazines.
Examples of her work hang in the Royal Collection and in private collections