Pamela Kay is one of Britain’s foremost painters of flowers and still life. Inspired by Dutch, French and Spanish Masters of the 17th and 18th Centuries, Pamela Kay’s paintings reflect her interest in the beauty of humble everyday objects and their unassuming nature. The quality of light playing on the surface of porcelain, glass or linen, the luxuriant beauty of fruit and flowers – her paintings reflect an intimate view of life, and a delight in rich colours and the simple pleasures of satisfying arrangements.
Her work encompasses not only flowers and still life but also interiors and gardens.
She has written and illustrated numerous books and is a regular contributor to many art publications.
Pamela Kay was a student at the Royal College of Art and Canterbury College of Art. Her work has been shown at the Royal Academy of Art for many years and she exhibits regularly with the New English Art Club in London. Her work is in Royal and International Collections.
Pamela first exhibited at the Gorstella Gallery in November 1992 as part of a Mixed Show of Watercolours by Members of the Royal Watercolour Society and has successfully exhibited with the Gorstella Gallery many times since, and we are delighted to be showing her work once again.