Pam Crawford has been a printmaker and Zea Mays Printmaking member for 10 years and has worked as a graphic designer for 30 years. She studied graphic design at the Art Institute of Boston and was introduced to printmaking by a painter while completing her B.A. at UMASS Boston. Before moving to Amherst she worked for communication consultants, small graphic design firms, and magazine publishers in Boston and Ithaca.
She is a graduate of many Zea Mays classes, enjoys intaglio as much as monotype, and you can find her working in the studio as a ZMP Monitor. Her prints have been exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally. She is represented in the Zea Mays Flat File Project.
Her recent creative work explores the movement of time, feelings of grief, and the meaning of memory. She often finds herself bringing experimental methods to her process and is inspired by the challenge of mastering the infinite technical aspects of printmaking!