Exploring the natural landscape is what Pamela Claflin is all about. Her deep love for wildlife, refuge areas, state and national parks and their habitats are what makes her paint. She hopes that her true scenes of nature will give hope to the preservation of it. She has participated in art events in Idaho, California, Colorado, Washington, Utah and Oregon. She gives credit to Delbert Gish, who worked with Russian Master, Sergei Bongart, for instilling the knowledge and techniques that she uses today. Pamela currently lives in Prineville where she can continue to paint the state she loves.
“I strive to capture the wholeness of an area using brush and palette knife….and crunched paper towels, dried stems of plants, old credit cards and rags….whatever it takes to achieve the realness of a painting.”
Represented By: Rimrock Gallery, Prineville, OR