Pamela Kathleen Beves was born in Sussex, England and attended Brighton College of Arts from 1945-47, studying under Dorothy Coke and Leslie Cole, and then Farnham School of Arts in Surrey. She worked as an illustrator and abstract artist and had one person shows in both London, at Archer Gallery in 1955 and Woodstock Gallery in 1959, and in New York where she had a solo exhibition in 1973 at Galerie Internationale on Madison Avenue.
Mixed exhibitions included Redfern, Leicester and Beaux Arts Galleries in London and SEA in Stockholm. She has an entry in Benezit and her style and colourings appear to have been an influence on Barbara Rae.
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