Pamela Davis’ Statement
Pamela’s spirited colors and energetic, sometimes whimsical, shapes transport the viewer into the mystery of the deep forest. She lives in the Superior National Forest on the border of Minnesota USA, Canada, and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) in a small town called Ely. Color and shape is important to her work. She achieves the richness in color by hand dying wool yarn for her tapestries, the yarn that captures her stories.
Pamela Davis’s Biography
Pam has studied with several well known tapestry weavers in the United States, Mexico, Norway, and Scotland. In addition she took classes from the Southwest Institute of Technical and Further Education in Australia (TAFE) Diploma of Art in Tapestry. Over the years she has developed her own style using whatever techniques best interpret her mystical designs. She has won numerous awards including the Minnesota State Arts Board prestigious Artist Initiative grant. Pam’s tapestries have been displayed locally, nationally, and internationally.