About Me: Collection on the web: www.pamelamontaguephotography.com
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Pamela Montague was born in Southern Delaware to a family that embraced the arts
and this enabled her to discover her very own love for the arts.
Many childhood years were spent romping and playing in and around the surf.
Throughout her life, a camera was always in her hands. After high school, Pamela attended the Art Institute of Philadelphia. And then she jumped into the workforce, and had many exciting and colorful adventures, then one lucky day she opened her own gallery, Lightspun Gallery, in downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. During this time, the sky was the limit. She exhibited fine art, black and white florals and handcolored floral and landscape images. Lightspun Gallery also represented many well known local and regional artists and photographers.
Her black and white collections have been on exhibit in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania, as well as her commissioned pieces being in numerous states within the United States. Two particular images, Sugared Magnolia and Unfolding have been juried into numerous East Coast Exhibits and group shows including the Washington Gallery of Photography in Bethesda, MD and The Robeson Gallery at Penn State University. Additionally, the sepia toned image, Gordons Pond, was juried into the premiere exhibit, "BiggsShot" at the Biggs Museum of American Art, and received an honorable mention. Pamela was a recipient of a Delaware Division of Arts Opportunity Grant that enabled her to participate in an invitational traveling exhibit entitled "Treasures of the Land; Delaware Barns and Outbuildings", alongside 13 emerging and professional artists.
During the Winter of 2004, Montague released a line of custom designed stationery, A Sandy Soiree, to the bridal market. The stationery is very popular for beach weddings and destination weddings. She prides her stationery as being very earth friendly. Using recycled and post recycled paper and natural sparkling sand, the sand being her signature in all designs.
In 2006, many things changed and evolved. The gallery location closed as Rehoboth's retail landscape began to change and the property was sold to make way for, well, no one ever believes this, but here it is: refrigerated trash units... Really.
So, no sense fighting fate, it was time to move along....
Priorities change, so does life.
While raising her son, and after completing a Bachelor of Science degree from Wilmington University, Pamela tries to spend her free time on the beach, which is why there are so many new and exciting stock Sand Scripts available to you today.
My Interests: Please do not be shy! Inquire about a personalized Sand Script!
Beach brides, beach moms and dads, and beach lovers LOVE them for themselves and gifts!
Thanks for visiting, with more than 3000 artists on this site, I am glad you found me! I hope that you enjoy the images and send one along! If you do not see what you are looking for, please let me know and maybe we can work on something great for you!