1952 – 2014
Landscape has been a constant obsession in Pamela Rawnsley’s life and in her work. Exploration was key to her progress; through material manipulation, print and drawing she pushed boundaries. Pamela’s work is internationally respected and is in many private and public collections including National Museum Wales, The Goldsmiths’ Company, V&A Museum, Aberdeen Art Gallery, National Museum Ulster. As the Arts Council of Wales noted, ‘A leading silversmith and artist, passing in her prime … robbed Wales of one of its finest makers of recent times.’ The new work, begun during her Creative Wales Ambassador Australian residency, is exceptional.