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Pam Carter Artist
Pam Carter was born in Tanganyika, East Africa to an Austrian mother and Scottish father. At the age of thirteen she came to Scotland where she schooled at Bearsden Academy. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art in the seventies and began her teaching career. She taught in from the mid-eighties in various colleges. After lecturing full time at Falkirk College she now concentrates full time on painting.
Pam Carter says:
"My main inspiration is in the Scottish land and seascape. I enjoy using colour to define contours, structure and changing light sequences. I search out specific view points. I am equally inspired by the rugged isolation of the Western Isles and the dramatic view points of the Eastern coastline. I work predominantly in oil".
Pam's work is in numerous private and public collections including Royal Bank of Scotland, University of Liverpool, Baillie and Gifford, Cameron House, Port Charlotte Hotel, Islay and Hotel Eilean Iarmain, Isle of Skye.
- Work selected for the Laing calendar 1993
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Award, RGI 1996
- Paisley Institute Award 1998
- Visual Arts Scotland Award 1999
- Mark Greer Award, Paisley Art Institute 2009
Ecosse Fine Art Limited Edition Prints, DeMontfort Fine Art Giclee Print, Tartan 2cv - producing 'Scotland's Artist Series' cards and calendar.
Elected membership of Paisley Art Institute, Visual Art Scotland and Glasgow Art Club
Reviews and Articles
The International Artist magazine (issues 28 and 29), Executive Lifestyle, Scotland on Sunday 'at home', Inside Readers' Homes, Build-it, The Scots Magazine, Scottish Islands Explorer and Holiday Home Living. The Hebridean, The Skye Magazine, The Glasgow Herald, West highland Free Press, The Home Show Magazine and Scottish Field.
Exhibited throughout Britain, showing solo in many prestigious galleries including:
Ainscough Contemporary Art, London
Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld
Braemar Gallery, Royal Deeside
Castle Gallery, Rothesay
Di Rollo Gallery, Edinburgh
Gallery An Talla Dearg, Isle of Skye
Gallery Heinzel, Aberdeen
Gatehouse Gallery, Glasgow
Green Gallery, Buchlivie
High Street Gallery, Kirkcudbright
Kranenburg Gallery, Oban
Morven Gallery, Isle of Lewis
Rowan Gallery Helensburgh
Strathearn Gallery, Crieff
Walker Gallery, Harrogate
- The Royal Glasgow Institute (RGI), Glasgow
- Visual Arts Scotland (VAS) Edinburgh
- The Paisley Art Institute (PAI), Paisley
- Art in the Square, Glasgow
- Affordable Art Fair, London
- Chelsea Art Fair, London
- Art Expo, New York
- Affordable Art, New York