Pamela Diegel has had life long experience in art, balancing fine art, and a career as a graphic artist.
Pam received her B.F.A. from Wayne State University in 1975. After retiring, she has fine tuned her impressionist style, taking various classes and seminars with local and national instructors. Inspiration comes from nature, especially water scenes; the play of light and shadow. A colorist by nature, there is the love of the vibrant in her art. She shows her oil and pastel paintings in Michigan galleries and has won several awards. She won Best in Show for “Rock Monumental” in 2015 in the Michigan Thumb Area Show over 100 entries; won Best in Oil for “ Shimmering Trees” in the Lapeer Art Gallery 194; won Best Figurative for “Red” in
The Lake Orion Art Gallery and two honorable mentions in other juried shows.
There is ongoing interest in mixed media application and more subtle suggestion of nature, and the human form.
Pam currently shares creative ideas with fellow artists in painting and drawing groups, evolving all the while.