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Pam Earleywine spent all of her rainy day time as a child and teenager drawing everything she saw. Although primarily self-taught, Pam studied the effects of light on color extensively.
In the 1980s and 1990s Pam produced a large volume of work, showing at such places as Ellensburg, WA and Portland, Or. Her work is hanging in many private and corporate collections throughout the US, including the Standard Oil Art Collection. As a single parent, Pam took a hiatus from her art career until her move to the east coast in 2005. While there she received numerous awards and recognitions for her work, including four Best in Show and two People’s Choice awards at juried shows sponsored by the Cape Cod Art Association, a special memorial award at the Salmagundi Club in New York City, and Best Oil at the Cheyenne Frontier Days 2009 Western Spirit Art Show. In addition, one of Pam Earleywine’s drawings was selected to be among the finalists in the Art Renewal Center’s International 2009/2010 Salon, a world recognized competition intended to showcase realistic art.
Since returning to Montana in 2009, Pam has been attempting to capture some of the personalities and beauty of the life that surrounds her. She continues to learn and grow with each new work of art that she creates.
Locally you can find Pam’s artwork in an online magazine called Livingston’s Got Talent, as well as in a coffee table type book titled “Wildlife Art Today” by Cindy Ann Coldiron, to be published by Schiffer Books. “Wildlife Art Today” is due to be released in the fall of 2013, and will be available in such stores as Barnes & Noble, Target, Amazon.com, and Walmart, as well as overseas markets.
“Intimate and personal, a single genre or style can not describe the body of my work” says Pam. “It is not just about technical skill and careful rendering; it is about interacting with the world and capturing a moment to share with others. I hope that when people view my work, they feel an intimacy with it, as if they were making eye contact with the subject, or perhaps with me.”