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Curiosity about the spaces we inhabit is a thread which runs through my work and my passion is for using resonant colour to evoke a rich sense of mood and place distilled from personal experience. I use oil paint on linen canvas, screen printed layers of transparent ink one over the other on paper, as well as developing ideas through pastel and mixed media drawings. I'm interested in exploring how similar colours can come to have different meanings depending on their context and I work on each piece until it has a poetic life of its own. Travel and the unfolding adventure and surprise of journeys have been the basis for narrative series of prints where there is a story to be told behind each image. I'm intrigued by the horizon, and as a line in picture making, because it suggests that there is always much more to be discovered beyond it. 


The Victoria & Albert Museum, London

The Australian National Library, Canberra

The University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Wolfson College, Oxford

The Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield

The City Art Gallery, Worcester

The Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

The University of Birmingham

The Oxford Education Committee

The Harkness Foundation, New York, USA

Birmingham City Library

Southampton City Art Gallery

The Rijksmuseum, The Netherlands


The USA, South America, UK, Continental Europe, Asia and Australia


Pamela Scott Wilkie studied Fine Art specialising in painting going on to win a Royal Academy David Murray Landscape Scholarship and an award for post graduate study.  She first discovered screen printing while living and working in the US in the 1960's. Since then she has continued to produce paintings, prints and artist's books as well as teaching, lecturing and curating. Her work has been recognized by awards and is widely exhibited in the UK and abroad.


2006 Beneath the Surface, Professor Wendy Doniger, Mircea Eliade Distinguished Service Professor of the History of Religions at the University of Chicago, USA

2004 Some of the Best Things in Life Happen Accidentally, Jonathan Watkins, Director of The Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

1999 In Progress, Solo Exhibition Catalogue Introduction, Worcester City Art Galler, David Brown, Assistant Keeper of the Modern Collection, Tate Gallery, London


(1) The late David Brown, Tate
(2) Professor Wendy Doniger, Collector
(3) Jonathan Watkins, Director of the IKON Gallery