Texas born, raised, and growing up in the Texas-Mexico border town of Del Rio, artist Pam Bunch realized her passion to paint later in life than most artist. Pam has been surrounded with art all her life due to a long line of artist on her mother's side of the family, but did not began to paint seriously until her family was grown and on their own.
Her favorite medium for over 20 years was watercolor due to the challenge and translucency of the medium. In 2015 Pam began painting in oils and hasn't stopped because she loves its’ forgiveness. Her style, although constantly evolving reflects both realism and impressionism and usually revolves around at least one horse as well as cowboys, ranching life, livestock, Native Americans and animals of the Great Plains. Her passion is to paint every day that she can from her heart and soul so that when a work is completed she hopes to convey to the viewer emotions or memories from times past or perhaps even present.
Pam is a signature artist of American Plains Artist (APA) and an associate member of Women Artist of The West, participates in numerous invitational and national fine art shows, such as the Stamford Art Foundation Art Show & Sale in Stamford, TX., the APA Annual and Signature Shows, and the Women Artist of the West (WAOW) Shows Pam must acknowledge especially artist John Fawcett and Ginger Test as well as Jan Kunz, Tom Lockhart, Scott Christian, Ian Roberts, Kevin Macpherson, and Linda Doll for her continuing growth in painting.