Pamela Howe – Paintings, Multi-Media and Jewelry
I traveled from PA to Tucson in an old car back in 1980 with my dog, Moon.
Over the following years I worked in a mail order catalog art department as a copy writer and photo manager. Then I took a leap of faith by working in an art gallery where I showed my watercolors.
In 1992, my husband and I bought a semi-tractor and our trucking business was born. I managed the office for 27 years and painted whenever I could. During that time, I was an award-winning member of the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild and co-creator of multi-media figures and wall hangings. Jamela sculptures have been shown and sold all over Arizona including Sedona, Flagstaff, Scottsdale, Tucson, and Tubac.
Animals are my favorite subject, including a book-in-progress. I am writing and illustrating a story, ‘Moon and Raven’, inspired by my dear dog, Moon, who sat patiently beside me 48 years ago on our move to Tucson to start a new adventure.
Nine years ago I became a proud member of Desert Artisans’ Gallery. Today I mainly create oil paintings and Jamela’s but dabble in eclectic jewelry, re-imagined sculptures, and mixed media wall art.