A native of Washington State, Pamela Searcy grew up in Central Washington where her family owned orchards on the Yakima Indian Reservation. Drawing and painting were her favorite adventures as a child and she continued her interest in art studying Design, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and Art history at Seattle University and the University of Washington.
After completing under graduate and graduate degrees from Seattle University, Pamela taught elementary school and then art at Inglemoor High School. With the demands of three small children the Artist was busy at home for several years, keeping up with her artistic interests as time allowed. Now that the children have completed their university degrees, the Artist is enjoying a new freedom to arrange her interests around a lifelong love of artistic expression.
Pamela Searcy paints in the Impressionistic Style working from her personal photographs and drawings, adding a new perspective to the scenes that we pass by every day. Utilizing a dramatic range of vibrant natural and blended colors the artistís composition and design demonstrate a unique and specific fascination with the visual interaction and tension between positive and negative space.
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