Pam Williams is a Brixton artist who has worked in the UK and internationally, from Europe to the US to Hong Kong painting, drawing and teaching art. Pam will teach a drop-in drawing workshop at Making Uncovered on 20 April at 11am.
Why are you taking part in Making Uncovered?
I’ve been a professional artist for over 30 years. I’ve loved art from an early age – it was the most enjoyable activity at school for me, always fun, always new and stimulating. So I love to share and teach art skills, whether to children or adults.
I’m taking part in Making Uncovered to support local artists and to help bring the awareness of the importance of drawing to the community. It is a powerful learning tool for us all as we grow in all walks of life.
What are your plans for the day?
During my workshop I will be demonstrating and talking about ‘what to look for when we sketch’ – what we need to understand to create a strong foundation for our art.
I’ll also be showing my new spring/summer collection of Brixton T-Shirts and Brixton sketches.