Pamm has 35 years of art and framing experience as a designer and gallery and frame store owner beginning in Minnesota and ending in Colorado. After attaining a degree in studio art, she went to work for the burgeoning Art Resources Gallery/Twin City Picture Framing and after a few years she and her husband moved to the Boulder Colorado area looking for other opportunities.
Pamm worked at the Boulder Great Frame Up for several years and then opened her own shop in Longmont Colorado. She concurrently began to paint again exploring pastel as one of her favorite mediums and then later oil painting.
After a workshop at Ghost Ranch with Chuck Ceraso, instructor at the Denver Art Museum, student of Henry Hensche and his approach of “Color Seeing”, she continued to study with him for a number years. Concurrently she and her husband purchased The Great Frame Up in Boulder and began a journey of promotion of local artists and local art groups.
Pamm and her husband moved to the foothills of the Rockies in 2009 which serves as much of the inspiration for her landscapes and florals. She takes the opportunity to paint in plein air when possible and truly enjoys the ever-evolving process discovery and insight.