Pam Cutler

My paintings in oil or watercolour focus on the various moods and seasons of sea and shore. I am fascinated by the effects of light on water and the interplay of human presence and activity with the natural world. My paintings combine the actual with the imaginary.

I completed my Fine Art degree at Kingston College of Art in 1981 and afterwards I participated in group exhibitions in London and contributed to various Public Art projects. Whilst teaching in adult education I took a degree in the History of Art at London University.

I later taught Art in secondary schools and became interested in developing the artistic creativity of deaf and special needs children. I initiated art projects in schools for deaf children and published an article on how animation and model-making could aid language development. From 1998 to 2013, I worked as Head of Art in a school for dyslexic children and, whilst there, I was commissioned by Barrington Stokes to write a series of accessible Art books on major movements of Art.

I was born in Devon but have had family connections in Kent for over forty years. I made my permanent home here when I retired from teaching. I enjoy travelling and often visit Devon and Cornwall as well as destinations in Europe. I am inspired by the stunning British coastline especially of Kent and Cornwall.

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Between Land and Sea, Botany Bay
Sailing their yacht
Fun in the sea
Voyage to the rock
Plunge pool swimmers
You, me and the sea
Rain on the way, Margate
Walmer in the mist