"In my art, I conduct an ongoing investigation of the visual narratives created between a community and the places they inhabit."
Pamela Winegard is a mixed media artist and art educator. Pam was recently a Mecklenburg Arts and Science Council Fall 2014 Community Supported Arts Program Artist. She was a 2012 Affiliate Artist-In-Residence at the McColl Center for Art & Innovation. Pam received a both a fellowship and grants to attend three artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Center from 2012-14. She is a retired college professor having taught at Wingate University, Mitchell College, Central Piedmont Community College, Winthrop University, and the Art Institute of Charlotte. Pam received her MFA in Art & Design from Winthrop University graduating with highest academic honors. Pam has had a number of solo exhibitions and has been a visiting artist at a several institutions across the country. She has been in international, national, and regional juried exhibitions and has been awarded exhibition honors including Best of Show and First Place awards and has been published in a number of exhibition catalogs and national magazines. She is in a number of personal and professional
collections. Most recently she has been has been published in Studio Visit Magazine and will be a featured artist in Embracing Encaustic, Ed. 3. By Linda Robertson, Spring 2015. Pam has been awarded an Arts & Science Council Penland School of Crafts scholarship and is a Pauly D' Orlando Art scholar. Cabarrus Arts Council awarded her a public art award for the city’s mural project “Windows of Cabarrus County” in 2003. The SC National Guard recognized for her volunteer work on a large mural, in support of the Ft. Mill National Guard Armory. Pam lives with her husband in Matthews, NC. She currently maintains a practicing studio in Charlotte, NC.
Hoping that you can join us on April 27th!
Meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of the month at
The Mint Museum
2730 Randolph Road