Connecting everyday living to
the revitalizing power of nature.
Nature is here for all of us. As a protector, it offers life-giving materials and lasting memories to us in abundance, always with the promise to nourish and heal. As a meditation, it invites us into mindfulness by shifting our focus upward toward the trees, guiding us into clarity by way of wind and light.
With an endless flow of colours, textures, and species, the natural world radiates all that it means to be alive. My commitment to nature, through murals, is to carefully observe these messages and bring them into our homes, offices, and communities. To create bridges between the natural world and our everyday lives, through my paintbrush.
Bringing the visions of cities, businesses, and art enthusiasts to life for over 20 years, Pam blends the principles of design and painting into thoughtful murals. She creates distinctive visual experiences that are supportive to mental health and biophilia, which is our innate desire to be connected to nature.
As the creator of the infamous Mountain Mural, Pam is best known for distilling beautiful observations from nature into mood-enhancing murals, creating spaces that feel inventive and uplifting.
Biophilic murals not only improve walls and spaces, but help to relieve stress and anxiety, build connections to nature, and make us happy.
If you’re an organization or art enthusiast looking to find unique ways to bring revitalizing landscapes and natural patterns into your interior spaces, I’d love to hear from you!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost?
Every mural is unique which means the quote is based on several factors. Most important is the size of the wall and complexity of the design. Send me a quick email and we can discuss more from there!
How long will it take?
This is also based on size, design, as well as other factors such as equipment and location. Painting a mural usually ranges from 3 days to 3 weeks.
What is your availability?
I'm usually booked a few months out and schedule indoor projects from fall to spring and outdoor murals in the summer. When the first deposit is paid, your project is booked next in line.
Do you sell templates so I can paint my own Mountain Mural?
No, however I describe a lot of the process in this 2014 article on Apartment Therapy. Please credit @pamlostracco as the designer in your posts—I'd love to see your final piece!