Pam Hills began her career as a visual artist in Ottawa , Canada.
In 2004 Pam moved to New Brunswick where she became known for her acrylic paintings of “wonky villages”, abstracts and wood creations of which many can now be found in homes and businesses across Canada, the United States and Europe.
After returning home to Ontario in 2011, Pam merged her whimsical maritime style with nostalgic elements of the railway, country life and small town Ontario as she continued to find inspiration in Smiths Falls and the Ottawa Valley.
Pam's art is varied and she enjoys combining different mixed mediums into her pieces including acrylic paint on canvas, wood, watercolour, photography, pysanky and Paverpol.
Pam has been an active member of the Rideau Lakes Artists Association in Westport, Ontario and is a Certified Paverpol Instructor.
Her artwork can be purchased and commissioned by contacting Pam at her studio: