The Artists of Muskoka

Pam Turner-Wong

1355 Hillcrest-Nisbet Drive
Sarnia, ON, N7S 6G6

Pam Wong spends time throughout the year in Muskoka at the family cottage. Her love of painting was instilled by two generations of painters in her family.

“Some of my earliest memories are those of my father teaching me how to paint as I peeked over the dining room table.”

In 1989 she began her watercolour career following a course taught by noted Canadian painter Jack Reid. His influence remains an inspiration to Pam today.

Pam has enjoyed a successful career since 1992 and has remained active in the arts community in Sarnia and Muskoka. In Muskoka she was a founding member of “Cottage Country Artists” and past participant in the Muskoka Lakes Spring Art Tour.

In 1997 Pam and fellow Bracebridge artist Lynda Lynn began a venture in collaborative work, painting together on single works. Pam and Lynda still get together for “paint days” whenever they can to share their newest works and learn from each other.

These days Pam works in both watercolour and acrylics. The need remains the same, “As a lover of the earthly elements, the sense of solitude in the expanse of most landscapes is one of my favourite subjects for expression. Call it a moment for reflection, quiet thought or introspection. If these feelings are in some way experienced by the viewer, then I may consider my work successful.”

After the Storm by Pam Turner-Wong

Pam Turner-Wong
After the Storm


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