Watercolour painter, Pamela Meacher has lived a life in which her art has provided a refuge from the challenges of daily life.
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S 10445 Sideroad 17, Sunderland
Uxbridge Studio Tour
Colborne Art Gallery, Colborne On.
The Royal Horticultural Exhibition, London, U.K.
The Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario CDN
The Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island CDN
The Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Jamestown, NY, U.S.A.
The Roycroft Museum Shops, East Aurora, NY, U.S.A.
The McMichael Canadian Collection, Kleinberg, Ontario CDN
The Robert Mclaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario CDN
The Kent Farndale Gallery, Port Perry, Ontario CDN
The John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, Ontario CDN
The Toronto Botanical Gardens, Toronto, Ontario CDN
Todmorden Mills Papermill Gallery, Toronto, Ontario CDN
Lindsay Library Gallery, Lindsay, Ontario
The Westmount Gallery, Etobicoke Ontario
"It is through my passion for native flora that I hope to educate, conserve and protect the world natural around us. The mysterious unseen world of the faeries often pops into my floral works and they, hopefully, help children to be aware of the delicate balance of the world around us".
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Pamela Meacher, B.A.C – A.S.B. is a master painter and author, Pamela is an irrepressible, dedicated and passionate artist who was exposed to the profound mysteries and beauty of the natural world as a child in England. This helped her form a deep appreciation for flowers and faeries.
Pamela’s botanical watercolour paintings often include birds, butterflies and woodland sprites, which harkens back to the Victorian Arts and Crafts movement thus evoking a sense of innocence and calm.
Pamela studied ceramic sculpture in Montreal and Interior Design at McGill University. Oil painting classes at Carlton University in Ottawa. Life studies, grapho-analysis at Seneca College in Toronto, and Cultural Anthropology. Pamela’s skills as a watercolour artist grew through workshops given by Jack Reid of Toronto and Carl Brenders of Belgium.
Presently Pamela is a member of The Botanical Artists of Canada, The American Society of Botanical Artists and The Pine Ridge Arts Association. She has served as Vice President of The Scugog Council for the Arts and Vice-Chair of the Public Arts Acquisitions Committee for Scugog.
She served as Chair of a Multicultural Organization for five years. As one of the first members of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists served as Chair. Later she got hooked on Native flora and became one of the founding directors of the Canadian Wildflower Society and served on the board for ten years. She also created the original logo.