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Pamela Kay RWS RBA NEAC (born 1939)

Pamela Kay, RWS RBA NEAC (born 1939)

As a painter and draughtsman, Pamela Kay considers herself to work in the French tradition of Chardin, Ingres and Fantin-Latour. She is best known for still life subjects that often open out to include interiors and gardens, though she also produces landscapes and portraits. In addition, she has worked as a designer, illustrator, teacher and writer on art.

Pamela Kay was born on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, the daughter of Sidney Kay and his wife, Joy (née Savage). She studied at Canterbury College of Art for four years under Christopher Alexander, Alec Vickerman and Eric Hurren. During her time there, she worked part-time for two years as a studio assistant to John Ward, and he proved to be her mentor and most influential teacher.

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