Pamela Harnois - Watercolor Artist
Getting outside is good for the soul. As a watercolor artist, it is always the light and shadow that call to me. Capturing the light is everything; it is my inspiration. That elusive quality can transform a seascape, a flower or a tree in just a matter of seconds. I strive to convey a sense of luminosity by capturing the fleeting moment.
Through my artwork, I try to bring the outside in. I create art that shines a light on my subjects paying tribute to the natural world, reminding us to slow down and reconnect with nature.
My creative goal is simple, to create lasting impressions with a message using the only medium that moves itself and hopefully you.
Pamela Harnois is a visual artist specializing in transparent watercolor. She is also a popular watercolor teacher and art consultant. She has a painting degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She was a designer and Creative Director for Nestle USA, Keebler Food Company and advertising design firms. She is on the faculty at the Brentwood Art School, and is a Ten Women Co-op Gallery exhibiting artist.
Pamela has exhibited her work nationally, and her work has appeared in Daily Paintworks and several publications. Pamela has participated in numerous fine art shows throughout Southern California. She has done workshops and live demonstrations for West Elm, Aaron Brothers, Malibu Artist Association and Hollyhock Studios in Ashland, OR, to name a few. She was the Best of Show Winner at the Indian Wells Arts Festival and a 2017 Painting Award winner.
Her creative philosophy is simple, to create lasting impressions with a message using the only medium that moves itself and hopefully you.
Pamela welcomes opportunities to do special commissions and private installations.