Studio 3 – Pam Glennie

Pam Glennie Happyhills Studio

 PAM GLENNIE STUDIO COLLECTION

                       Located at ‘HAPPYHILLS’ . . .       

 
 
       HAPPYHILLS, 121-125 MAIN STREET, WEST KILBRIDE, KA23 9AR
   I am sometimes out on Location so please check here for updates for any                      changes to my Opening Times which are normally…

  Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday – 11am to 4pm

     Please Visit Studio 3 at Happyhills to view the full collection.

PAM GLENNIE STUDIO COLLECTION
Art & Accessories . . . inspired by COLOUR!

‘I am so grateful to Craft Town Scotland who have been so supportive and have provided this wonderful bright studio space here at Happyhills … located a short walk from the Barony Centre. There are 4 Studios within the Happyhills building and a further 5 Studios dotted along the street, an opportunity to meet the Artists, Designers and Makers as well as have a very unique shopping experience.

Please do pop into my studio at Happyhills … to view my latest Floral or Coastal Paintings and find out how some of my original artworks evolve into ‘Wearable Art’ as Limited Edition Scarves and unique Ceramic &  Silver Jewellery pieces.
You might find me working on an original painting, creating digital designs for cushions and textiles, hand embellishing ‘Arran’ Canvas Prints, wire wrapping jewellery, re-stocking cards or gift-wrapping orders . . . but I’m never too busy to stop for a chat!’

Visitors are always welcome at Pam’s colourful studio whether it be to Chat, Simply Browse or Purchase Something Special.

Pam is a Graduate of Glasgow School of Art where she studied Fine Art and Printed Textile Design.
Her paintings have been exhibited in Galleries throughout the UK in Ayrshire, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Isle of Harris, Bath, Bristol and London.
She was awarded The Small Painting Prize at Paisley Art Institute in her first year of selection, other awards include The Christian Aid Artists’ Prize and The J.D. Henderson Trophy.
Other Charities supported through art donations include MacMillan Cancer, Save The Children and Portencross Castle.

Pam’s vibrant Artworks have been featured in Interiors Magazines such as House & Garden, The World of Interiors and Homes and Interiors Scotland.