I am moved by the abstraction of imagery, ideas and concepts. The process of creating art is one that invites experimentation, problem-solving, and attacking an idea or concept from many angles. A new discovery is invigorating, but must be scrutinized, challenged and pushed in multiple directions before it can be used successfully and executed with conviction. It is the process of learning, a willingness to make mistakes, critical analysis and rarely being satisfied that keeps me coming back to my studio.
— Pamela Caughey
Based in Hamilton, Montana, Pamela Caughey is a full-time studio artist and teacher. She holds an MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of MOntana and works in many media, with special interest in cold wax/oil, encaustic, mixed media and acrylic. Caughey’s paintings are in the permanent collections of the Missoula Art Museum, the Holter Museum of Art, and the Nicolaysen Museum of Art, and her works appears in the recently published book Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts, Conversations by Rebecca Crowell and Jerry McLaughlin. In addition to painting, Caughey teaches workshops from her studio, throughout the country and abroad.