In her lakefront studio, Pamela creates art work which reflects the natural beauty of the world around her.
With nature as her muse, the Lake Tahoe environment is portrayed in her jewelry, paintings, giclee prints and note cards.
Meet Pamela Hunt Lee from Kings Beach.
Pamela is a multi media artist-designer who has created fine art ranging from paintings to sculpture.
Pristine water and powerful rock formations, dramatically vivid sunsets and clear dark nights seen both at Lake Tahoe and in the the Southern California desert inspire and shape Pamela’s current work.
Full sheets of watercolor paper may depict a small view of lake water and lake bottom with light patterns playing across the surface.
Pieces of canvas twelve feet long carry a tumble of colorful fall leaves or a stretch of lake water, massive boulders and pristine sky. A palate of jewel tones offsets a composition of organically shaped granite stones. Delicate wildflowers are presented in exacting detail. This artistic expression is a result of a combination of prior influences that has culminated in an expressionistic presentation of the natural beauty surrounding us in these two very special locations.
Pamela’s design work has included interior commercial and residential space, corporate logos and brochures, fabrics, clothing, accessories, and developing a Designer Series of graphics for Ski Centurion Boats.
Her artwork has been represented in solo, group, juried and invitational competitions in museums and art galleries across the United States. Her designs have received awards and recognition and are included in both corporate and private collections. To learn more about her work, visit www.pamelahuntlee.com