HerArtWork





<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr> <td><font color="#000000"> <style> <!-- .encloser { text-align: left; display: inline-block; width: 100%; } .encloser th { text-align: left; } .encloser td { text-align: left; } .encloser caption { text-align: left; } span.videodisplay { display: block !important; } span.videodisplay:after { display:block !important; content:" "; width: 100%; } --> </style> <div class="encloser contentSpan" > <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-size:20px;">Pam Neely (Lee), a contemporary painter, whose works consist of back painted glass, creates both representational floral inspired work and richly colored panels some using color in an organic, fluid way...some of which incorporate intricate geometric patterns. Having spent a number of years developing her craft in the studio working with her former husband and fellow painter Eric, Pam chose to set out on her own path developing a unique style of her own. A short time after formally launching her caree</span><span style="font-size: 20px;">r, Pam had developed a loyal and diverse client base which continues to grow. Having begun her career focusing on private clients, Pam&#39;s most recent evolution is a foray into corporate and public venues.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="font-size:20px;">In addition to her widely acknowledged wall pieces, she has recently begun creating a line of functional art. Pam currently spends her time traveling for inspiration, with a home bases in Glenwood Springs&nbsp;Colorado. &nbsp;In part, she credits her recent body of work to the influence of the crisp clean air and her affinity for the mountains of her native Colorado. In addition to painting, Pam is a hiker, swimmer, white water rafter and explorer of new horizons. Thats something that can be said of Pam both as an artist and as a person in general.</span><img alt="" src="/users/PamLee9626/FullSizeRender_(80).jpg" style="width: 150px; height: 200px; float: right;" /></p> </div> </div> </font></td> </tr> </table>