Thanks for joining me for part 2 of my interview with Pam Ingalls, where we find out just how a painter who specializes in portraits is able to sell through galleries. Sounds like the "holy grail" to me! Pam's also got some fantastic product information to share. And please drop me a line and let me know how you're enjoying the podcast so far. I would love to hear about what you struggle with that you'd like some guidance on so I can tailor my shows to your needs. Remember, I'm here for you, and I'm always listening.
Here's her bio:
Pam Ingalls is thrilled by the transforming quality of light on ordinary objects, scenes and faces.
Raised in Spokane, Washington, she was first inspired by her artist parents.
She studied at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy and earned an art degree from the art department that her father created at Gonzaga University in Spokane. After exploring a few side paths—among them, pursuing social justice aims and building a house—Pam returned to her true passion under the mentorship of Russian Impressionist Ron Lukas, a protege of Sergei Bongart. She has also studied with Richard Schmid and Burt Silverman.
Pam's widely collected, award-winning work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, and Africa, and juried into more than 125 national and international shows. She is a Master Signature Member of American Women Artists, and signature member of Oil Painters or America & American Impressionists.
Currently, Pam is represented at several galleries: Cole Gallery in Edmonds, WA; RS Hanna Gallery in Fredericksburg Texas; Edward Montgomery Fine Arts in Carmel, CA; Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado and Roby King Gallery on Bainbridge Island, WA.
Her paintings have been featured in magazines such as American Art Collector and Southwest Art Magazine and published in several books. She lives and paints in a waterfront cabin on Vashon Island, Washington.
Pam’s painting may be universal in scope, but each one is a personal statement from her heart. “I love to enter into the atmosphere of what I’m painting. When I meet a person, walk into a room, or even pick up an orange, I have a feeling about them. There’s an essence that belongs to just that."
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