Collection: Pamela Haunschild
Pam is a painter of nature. Her subjects are landscapes, wildlife and the ocean. She goes beyond realism in her approach – one that deepens the connection between the viewer and the natural world. Her distinctive style is colorful and semi-abstract. She works in both acrylics and watercolor, and often incorporates natural objects into the paint.
Although accepted to art school, Pam took a different career path as a social science professor. After being on the faculty at Stanford and U. Texas-Austin, she retired to Mount Ashland and returned to her first love - art. Pam was selected as artist-in-residence at three National Parks: Lassen (CA), Glacier (MT), and Lake Clark (AK), and continues to be inspired by her time there. She is a signature member of Artists for Conservation. Her work is held in many private and public collections, including the National Park Service.
See more of Pam’s work at: www.pamhaunschild.com