Pam Hawkes
Artist Statement
Biography
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Education

1996-1998 University of Central England. MA Fine Art.



1993-1996. Coventry University/Solihull College.
BA Fine Art. First Class 

Teaching

1998-2011. Visiting Lecturer. Fine Art. Solihull College/Wolverhampton University.

Interviews

Interview with Combustus on-line art magazine biography
Interview in PoetsArtists (July 2012)

Solo Shows

2013. September. Forgotton Fables. Celia Lendis Gallery. Moreton in the Marsh.
2012. December. Flying Colours Gallery. London.
2012. February. Catto Gallery, London.
2010. June. Flying Colours Gallery. London.
2009. February. Catto Gallery. London
2009. April. Eagle Works. Wolverhampton.
2007. February. Catto Gallery. London

Group Shows

2013. September. Women Painting Women. RJD Gallery, Sag Harbor. New York. US.
2013. September.20/21 British Art Fair. Royal College of Art. London.
2013. September. Women Painting Women Show. Glasgow.
2013. May. New Realism. The Gallery, Liverpool.
2013. February. The Man Show. Kwan Fong Gallery. Thousand Oaks, California. US.
2012. September. 20/21 British Art Fair. London.
2012. April. Art Catto, Portugal.
2011. August. Flying Colours Gallery. Edinburgh.
2011. 20/21 British Art Fair, Royal College of Art. London.
2010. December. Open Eye Gallery. Edinburgh.
2010. September. 20/21 British Art Fair, Royal College of Art. London.
2009. 20/21 British Art Fair, Royal College of Art, London.

2008. Contemporary Art Fair, Dublin. 

2008. Contemporary Art Fair, London. 

2007. Contemporary Art Fair, Dublin. 


2006. Chelsea Affordable Art Fair London. 

2006. Rose Café, Santa Monica, USA. 

2005. Kraft Gallery, Los Angeles, USA. 

2005. Chelsea Affordable Art Fair, London. 

2004. Compton Cassey Gallery, Cheltenham. 

2004. London Art Fair, Islington, London. 

2003. Barn End Gallery, Solihull. 

2003. London Art Fair, Islington, London. 

Awards

1997. RBSA Jaguar Prize
1997. Thesis Prize, Association of Art Historians, Coutauld Institute
1997. Leicester Open Prize winner
2005. RBSA Open Prize winner