Pam Wilman
From the 2010 Yearbook of the Alberta Society of Artists, by permission
better protection for these threatened landscapes in Alberta. As an avid hiker and skier, I paint most of my work outdoors, even when creating large-scale oil paintings.
I paint on location throughout Alberta to increase the awareness of loss of wildlife habitat and wildlife corridors. My purpose of landscape painting is so that future generations will preserve the natural beauty of Alberta.
My Bachelor of Fine Arts degree includes studies at the University of Alberta and Yale University. I have exhibited in 80 group exhibitions and 16 solo shows in Canada and the
Among my favourite places to paint are the beautiful viewscapes of the Whaleback, the Castle, and the
United States. My work can be found in public and corporate collections and the Art Gallery of Alberta, Art Rental and Sales.
Crowsnest Pass. My aim is to draw attention to the fragility of these landscapes. I use my art as a tool to help achieve
Whaleback Vista, Oil on canvas
Adanac View, Oil on canvas
Lone Tree, Oil on canvas
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Poplar Glade, Oil on canvas
Westcastle View, Oil on canvas
Lost Creek Fire, Oil on canvas