Pamela Powers - Hill Pet Products Art Series Collection -
Pamela Powers - Art Series Collection for Hill Pet Products, circa 1981. Bio: I am a visual artist known for my artwork of animals. I presently work on a commission basis creating portraits of dogs, horses and wildlife. I have seen my artwork published in books and magazines since 1981 and also donate artwork to various non profit organizations such as local animal shelters and large animal conservator centers. I work in a variety of mediums but primarily graphite, pen & ink, color pencil and occasional mixed media. I began my career in 1981 with The American Kennel Club in New York City and worked as an Art Director for their flagship publication, The American Kennel Gazette. In addition to my work for the magazine I also contributed regularly to the Judges Education Department by creating detailed illustrations for a series of Breed Standard booklets of various dog breeds. During that time I was commissioned by Hills Pet Products to execute a series of paintings which became "The Performance Art Series". Sales of signed and numbered lithographs from this series benefited the inception of The Dog Museum of America originally housed at 51 Madison Avenue in New York City. After working for The American Kennel Club for 7 years I went on to become Deputy Art Director for GOLF Magazine over a 10 year period utilizing my talent for layout and design. My first love has always been for animals and it is in this area where I choose to invest my talent and energy. Please feel free to contact me for commission and/or illustration inquiries.