18” x 22”, pastel on paper, signed lower right, dated 10/92
Exhibited at Phillips Mill Annual Art Exhibition
Landscape painter and portraitist Pamela M. Miller was born in New York, NY and raised in Flushing. She received a teacher’s certification from Northland College in Wisconsin. She and her husband Dave currently own Moon Arbor Studios in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where they focus on pottery, woodworking, and painting.
Miller is best known for her landscapes with hay rolls, which she wants to capture before they disappear from the Bucks County scene forever. In the 1980’s, Miller began to work with pastels, finding joy in the immediacy of that medium, and has developed her own technique of sharpening the sticks to use like finely pointed brushes. She exhibits regularly at the Phillips’ Mill Annual Art Exhibitions in New Hope and at the Coryell Gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey. She was part of the Phillips’ Mill 75th Retrospective Invitational show in 2005.
Penny and Warren Wood