PAMELA KAY ARCA RWS RBA NEAC




BIOGRAPHY

Pamela works mostly in watercolour and oils and occasionally pastels with her subjects ranging from still life and flowers to interiors and gardens. Her work has taken her to Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, The Yemen, Arabia, the Middle East, Africa, Egypt, the Baltic countries and the Mediterranean.

1983 Associate Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours
1984 Member Royal Society of British Artists
1985 Member New English Art Club
1986 Member Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours

EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE:
1970 - 76 Five Provincial Exhibtions
1982 Peter Bodes Gallery, The Hague
1985 - 86 Medici Gallery, London
1987 - 88 Chris Beetles Gallery, London
1989 RWS Spring Exhibition, London Featured Artist
1990, 91, 92, 93 Catto Gallery, London (then annually)
1991, 93, 95, 97 Richard Hagan Gallery, Broadway (then annually)
1993 RWS, London Major Retrospective Exhibition
1996, 99 Falle Fine Art Gallery, Jersey
1997 Durham City Art Gallery Retrospective
1998 The Royal Museum & Art Gallery, Canterbury Festival Artist
Arlesford Gallery
2000 RWS Gallery, London 2nd Solo exhibition
2004 Richard Hagan Gallery
2005 Catto Gallery, London
2006 Thompson's Galleries

Work is regularly exhibited at many other galleries including:
Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions since 1959
Royal Watercolour Society, Bankside Gallery, London
RBA and NEAC Exhibitions, The Mall Gallery, London

PUBLICATIONS INCLUDE:
Illustrated
1989 'The Art of the Picnic'
'The Railway Children'
1990 'My Garden'
1991 'The Secret Garden'

Monograph: 'The Art of Pamela Kay' by Michael Spender 1993
'Gouache, A Personal View' by Pamela Kay 1995

Pamela is a regular contributor to numerous magazines including the 'Leisure Painter' and 'The Artist'. Her work has also been reproduced for many publications including greeting cards, calendars, etc.

Pamela's work can be found in collections throughout the world.