Pam Steele is internationally known for her large-scale metal and enameled glass wall pieces, which have been exhibited in numerous galleries (NYC, Atlanta, Boston), and commissioned for many private and public collections, including: I.B.M., Xerox, Lucent Technology, and Hyatt Hotels. Steele’s technical background is in Sculpture, with a concentration in metals and glass. Her experimental techniques in enameling glass to copper at 1500 degrees, combined with unique metal patinas on copper and steel, make her work both painterly and sculptural. Each piece is one of a kind. All of her pieces emit a strong architectural presence combined with an elegant spiritual quality.
Pam Steele received a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and a BFA from Syracuse University. She has been an active studio artist for over 30 years at her studio in Syracuse, New York.
“Experimentation is the key to my creative insight and interest.” - Pam Steele