Pam Coulter is an
acclaimed American artist with all of the credentials of one. With
a major in Fine Art from Antioch College and advanced studies at Ecole
du Louvre, American University, Corcoran and Odeon Art School, she is
every bit as qualified on paper as she is on canvas.
Three of her acrylic paintings
(including a five-part demonstration) are included in the North Light
Book of Acrylic Painting Techniques. Four of her oil paintings were
featured in an article "Don't Mess with Mother Nature" in the February,
1995 issue of American Artist.
She has received many awards,
including First Places in: November 1992 multi-media show and July 1993
water media show in the Art League Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, First
Place in Oil in the annual League of Reston Artists Show, 1996 and 1997,
Best of Show in the 1995 and 1996 Annual League of Reston Artists shows
and First Place in both the 1992 and 1994 Springfield Art Guild "Art of
the Figure" show at NOVA. She received the "May Lake Award" given by
Phyllis Braff, Art Critic, NY Times.
She has participated in such
juried group shows as the Catherine Lorillard Wolf show at the National
Arts Club (NYC, 95 and 98), the National Art League Invitational (NY),
the Susquehanna Art Society regional show, the "Open Exhibition 1995" in
Virginia (jurors included M. Stephen Doherty, Editor, American Artist),
and many juried shows at the Art League of Alexandria Gallery in the
Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA.
She has paintings in over 350
private collections. Public/corporate collections include The General
Services Administration, US Government, and Hughes Systems Group.
She works primarily in oil and
in a loose painterly style. She works as well in acrylics, watercolor,
pastel, batik, pen and ink, charcoal, and pencil. Her originals are
priced in the moderate range, from about $300 to $4200.