Gallery of Collage Artists

To read “Cut and Paste” and about Pam Carroll, see the January/February 2008 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are some pieces that didn’t appear in the issue.

“Cut and Paste”

Foliage I (oil, oil stick, collage, 20×27) by Judith T. Greenberg

Grasses (monoprint, oil, collage, 16×40) by Judith T. Greenberg

The Center (acrylic, collage on wood support, 10×20) by Donna Watson

Findings (acrylic, collage on wood support, 20×20) by Donna Watson

On the Run (collage on braced wood panel, 36×40) by Jonathan Talbot

An Intellectual Approach (collage on museum board mounted on paper, 8 1/8×9 3/8 by Jonathan Talbot

Pam Carroll

Prince Charming (oil, 9×12)

Delft Blue (oil, 20×16)

Bird Watching (oil, 9×12)

Chalk it Up (oil, 5×7)

Carmen (oil, 14×11)


Born and raised in Southern California, Pam Carroll is a member of the Carmel Arts Association. She’s had several one-person shows and was awarded “People’s Choice” in the Monterey Museum of Art’s 2005 juried biennial show. Primarily a self-taught painter inspired by early Dutch masters, she took a 16-year break from painting to focus on family. Her work is now represented by three galleries: J. Howell Fine Art, Hauk Fine Arts (both in California) and Klaudia Marr Gallery (Santa Fe). When First Lady Laura Bush obtained one of the children’s books she illustrated for Sleeping Bear Press, Carroll was asked to illustrate the 2006 White House Christmas Program. That same year, she made her first TV appearance on the Home and Garden Network’s Annual White House Christmas Tour.

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