Artist Profile: Pamela Anderson

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Place for OystersTitle: Place for Oysters

Medium:Ceramic

Size:8.25" x 8.5"

Price:$70.00

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Tall for FlowersTitle: Tall for Flowers

Medium:Ceramic

Size:4" x 10"

Price:$80.00

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All but the Flowers #3Title: All but the Flowers #3

Medium:Ceramic

Size:6.25" x 5.25"

Price:$125.00

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All but the Flowers #2Title: All but the Flowers #2

Medium:Ceramic

Size:6" x 5.25"

Price:$125.00

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All but the Flowers #1Title: All but the Flowers #1

Medium:Ceramic

Size:5" x 5.25"

Price:$125.00

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Kansas Common School #3Title: Kansas Common School #3

Medium:Mixed Media

Size:10 1/4" x 8 3/4" x 6 1/4"

Price:$120.00

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Anderson Kansas Common School #1Title: Anderson Kansas Common School #1

Medium:Ceramic

Size:9" x 14.25" x 13"

Price:$270.00

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Kansas Common School #1Title: Kansas Common School #1

Medium:Ceramic

Size:9" x 14.25" x 13"

Price:$270.00

Kansas Common School #2Title: Kansas Common School #2

Medium:Mixed Media

Size:8.5" x 9" x 10.25 "

Price:$110.00 ***SOLD***

Pamela Anderson

8216 W. 113th Terr
Overland Park, KS 66210

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Bio:

Pam Anderson is the founder of MoonRiver Pottery and Ceramics, founded in 2014, which is a Ceramic Arts Partnership, currently with four contributing members. For more information see moonriverpottery.com. My vocation (day job) is Clinical Social Work. For my own mental health and therapy I have had an interest in three dimensional arts since I was in my 20’s. By 1998 I was making and selling southwestern and wedding jewelry.  I have degrees from the Universities of Missouri & Kansas.  Raising a family in the mid-west I regularly traveled to the Southwest and the low Country of South Carolina where I found inspiration. My mother, Marge Parker, was an accomplished portrait & abstract painter who lived and worked in the low country (South Carolina) for over 30 years. Along with that and having lived there for several years myself, my pottery work reflects the influence of coastal life. Two of my 5 daughters are art educators and one is an interior designer.  Amy Major is a ceramic artist who participates in Moon River Pottery and with her sisters has supported and encouraged me as I began exploring ceramics in 2009.  I became a member of the Kansas City Clay Guild and studied throwing with Elly Biggerstaff and Brian Klapmeyer until July of 2014. My chop is Japanese Katakana characters (used for foreign names) for my initials.  I was cared for by Japanese women as a small child during US military occupation of Japan and my mother began studying art in Japan at that time.  I have an affinity for Japanese & Native American pottery and white objects. The other three ceramic artists associated with MoonRiver Pottery support, teach and inspire  each other on our creative journeys.