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Pam Weber

Pam Weber

Pam Weber

Pam Weber
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Biography

Pam Weber, the eldest of four, was born and raised in Kitchener, Ontario. She graduated from the University of Guelph in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Fine Art major; mastering different printmaking techniques under the direction of Walter Bachinski, Gene Chu and Nancy Keene. It was here she learned the importance of deadlines and following a step by step process to achieve a desired result.

From 1981 to 1984 Pam was a business partner in Oink Ink Productions, a screen-printing company located in Kitchener, Ontario. This venture allowed her to combine her creativity with the challenges of owning and operating a successful business.

In 1984 she married and moved to Ottawa where she continued to study lithography, serigraphy, and graphic art. Employed as a production artist at a screen-printing business and later a publishing company she still found the time to get involved with the local art community. She even had a brief stint as an opaque artist, applying her brush to acetate film, for Hinton Animation Studio, the producer of The Raccoon series.

Gradually, Pam changed her medium from printer’s ink to acrylic paint, and began to create bold, colourful images.

In the summer of 1995 she moved to Calgary with her husband James Midwinter and her boys: Nigel, Derrick and Calvin. It was here she pursued her dream of becoming a full-time artist. Since that time she has become actively involved with various art groups: Alberta Society of Artists and is an associate member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver.

Her unique style and vision has won her acclaim with various organizations, businesses and collectors.

Artist's Statement

As far back as I can remember I’ve always made pictures: pictures that record what I see, a culmination of my experience, a reaction to the world around me; pictures that tell a story; my narrative of family, friends, home, neighbourhood, and community.

My initial idea often requires research and takes form as pencil touches paper. Design, line, shape, underpainting, marking, cohesiveness of colour, positive and negative space involves my full attention. A visual play, if you will. The emotional reaction to my imagery is as important as the imagery itself.

My paintings of my familiar or imagined surroundings: the personification of the inanimate; my vision of a slightly off-kilter, colourful, mysterious, yet inviting world.

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