Pam Carter was born in Tanzania, Africa of
a Scottish father and Austrian mother, Pam came to Glasgow when she was
thirteen years old. Pam Carter has travelled extensively and spent two
years in the Seychelles promoting the arts. In the last twenty years she has
had dozens of highly successful shows throughout the UK where her strong,
expressive landscapes are in huge demand.
A Tribute to our Cultural past
"In my paintings you can
feel the presence of mankind but rarely see them - the washing is hung, the lum
is reeking, and the telegraph poles are talking. I pay tribute to the cultural
past through the ancient dyke wall, the little harbours and the quaint crofts
which are happily standing side by side with the grazing sheep.
I am always aware of the other
dimensions that make up our environment. What has gone before, the people, the
events, the folklore and the poetry. In an attempt to realise or capture the
sense of space I have included impulsive annotations and symbols to some of my
This extra latitude pin points
where I am in my journey......
Some paintings require no
explanation and permit your own interpretation. With the three new annotated
works some of the explanation lies purely in the historical dimension that
contributes to the surrounding environment."Pam Carter