Pam McLaughlin is a watercolor artist living with her family in western Colorado surrounded by mountains and open space.
Traditionally trained as an emergency medicine physician, Pam uses her expertise of anatomy to create beautiful, emotionally charged watercolors.
Pam has studied with watercolorists Mary Whyte, Liu Yi, John Fawcett, David Drummond and with landscape painter Scott Christensen.
Pam’s work has been selected for numerous shows, most noteworthy, the 148th International American Watercolor Society’s Exhibition in New York City, held in spring 2015. Her work has been commissioned for private collections regionally and beyond.
Pam is a fervent advocate of art education, believing art played a huge role in her academic achievements. The lack of art education in local public schools led Pam to open Watercolor Dogs Art Studio in Grand Junction, Colorado
where she teaches painting and drawing
to artists of all ages.
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What Pam's been up to:
*Awarded Colorado Watercolor Signature Member Status May 2017
*Colorado Watercolor Society State Exhibit
Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado April 20-June 25 2017
*2017 Western Federation Watercolor Societies Exhibit
Eugene, Oregon, April 7-June 19 2017
*Art Student League of Denver Faculty Appointment 2016
*2016 Colorado Watercolor Society State Exhibit
*Arvada Center for the Arts Instructor Appointment 2016
*2016 Western Federation of Watercolor Societies Exhibit
*2015 American Watercolor Society 148th International Exhibit
New York City, New York
*2015 Colorado Watercolor Society's State Watercolor Exhibit
*2015 Best and Brightest Exhibit, Scottsdale Arizona
*Studied Advanced Portraits with Chinese watercolor master Liu Yi
in Calella de Palafrugell, Spain
*Member of the International Guild of Realism
*Art Cantina - Founder 2015