Pamela Kay NEAC
Pamela Kay is a graduate of the Royal College of Art (textile school) and Canterbury College of Art.(Fine Art degree).
Worked as a freelance textile designer after leaving the Royal College of Art, winning a Cotton Board Traveling Scholarship.
Designs produced by Tibor Reich, David Whitehead, Libertys and John Lewis, among many.
Appointed Head of Design Production Department at John Lewis but decided not to take the position and returned to painting full time instead.
1983 Associate Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours (ARWS)
1985 Member Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours (RWS)
1984 Member Royal Society of British Artists (RBA)
1985 Member New English Art Club. (NEAC)
Pamela Kay works in watercolour and oils. Her subject matter, which can be seen in two books published about her work and working methods – ‘The Art of Pamela Kay’ by Michael Spender
and ‘Gouache – A Personal View’ by Pamela Kay – ranges from Still Life, Flowers, Interiors and Gardens to watercolours of her travels.
Cruising on Swan Hellenics’ ships, Orpheus, Minerva and Minerva II she has painted in Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, the Yemen, the Middle East, the Mediterranean and the Baltic Countries.
APV films has produced a DVD ‘Aspects of Flower Painting in Oils.’ showing Pamela at work.
- Still Life workshop at the Ashmolean Museum Oxford.