Pam Lacombe-Connell received a BFA in Painting from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. She was awarded the David Berger Scholarship for outstanding work during undergraduate studies.
The resolute thread that runs throughout her work is that of the bond between man and animal. She works in a wide variety of mediums, including acrylic, gouache, pastel and pencil.
Her work has been exhibited throughout New England in one-person, as well as juried group exhibitions. Her paintings are represented in private collections across the United States and Europe.
She currently lives in southern New Hampshire where she produces paintings, portraits and handmade artist's cards in her studio: Coyote Farm Fine Arts. Her son Jacy's sleddog sprint team, both current and retired, provide daily inspiration for her sleddog portraits and mushing related art.
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