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My art explores the notion of memory and play, drawing inspiration from collected objects and Maine’s natural beauty.  My latest work invents and re-invents nature, like a game with a hint of mischief.  I invite the child in each of us to explore environments that often incorporate sound, scent, and performance.  I embrace collaborations with my creative peers broadening the scope of medium. My process cultivates community through partnerships with local schools and organizations.

My work is materially based and inspired. I challenge myself to transform any material, whether natural or manmade until the frontier between the two is blurred. In my studio I am particularly fond of my collections of antique gloves, hand-knit mittens with 6 fingers, children’s journals, and have a passion for anything fabricated with love. I use processes of a repetitive nature; joining objects together one by one, reassembling, repairing, and preserving a human trace piece by piece. I work on several projects at once, some based in my studio, some in my garage and some in my dining-room.  As an artist-mother-wife, time is so compartmentalized and I have to be smart to weave my art into my everyday life. I’ve learned that a woman’s life is but fragments of stolen time.

My large scale projects are rich in material and are labor intensive demanding serious manpower. Cultivating genuine communication through collaboration, I recruit numerous volunteers to help construct my works of art, teaching each person the necessary skills and working alongside my team as we build art and relationships. I believe there is a strong community that is born through this mode of working.  Based in Maine, I now draw my workforce from the increasing population of asylum-seekers, workers with disabilities, and local schools with an ulterior motive: blending our population. Having lived abroad for 25 years, I understand how it feels to be an outsider and the importance of fostering community.

My most recent work focuses on the impact of man and digital technology on our environment and creative experiences.  Technology erases certain everyday sensual pleasures from our lives. Manual tasks slowly disappear, certain species in nature disappear and communication evaporates into cell phones. Work and money tip the scale and play and respect for nature are left behind.  My work aims to even the scales.  I play tricks on the audience, create freaks of nature and invite visitors to play artist’s games that spur conscientiousness.  I hope my Art acts as an elixir that transports you to a child-like state of mind, awakening your curiosity and senses.

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Born in 1961 in Pennsylvania, I am a Franco-American artist, presently living and working in Portland, Maine, with my husband and son. We share our time between the French Loire valley and Maine and travel between these two havens.

Sculptor/ installation artist, I received my bachelor’s degree from UVM and Villa Arson, France. Working in New York as a set designer and art director, I continued exhibiting abroad as fine artist. Motherhood brought me to Europe where I lived for 23 years, where I received my MFA from the Ecole Supérieure d’Art d’ Aix and studied choreography and education at IUFM Blois.

Privileging play is born from years of professional experiences related to children’s projects   including : a traveling multi-sensory museum, blind children center, children’s museum, toy companies, children’s films and teaching.  Presently I teach contemporary art to University students, each who is paired with an elder with Dementia.  I realize how childlike both these populations are and how vital playful stimulation is to their well-being. This passionate work has inspired a new large-scale project dealing with connecting memories through play.


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Ecole Supérieure d’Art d’ Aix en Provence, France 2011  DNSEP-Masters with high honors

Danse à l’Ecole- Choreography/Pedagogy Blois, France 2007-2012

Certified by the French Ministry of Education 1998-2012

Vermont Studio Center & Johnson State, completed 1 year – master’s program -1995-1996

Art Student’s League, New York City – 1985–1989

Parsons School of Design, New York City  -1986

Ecole Nationale d’Art Décoratif- Villa Arson, Nice  France  1983–1984

School of Visual Arts -1984

University of Vermont, 1984  BFA & BA : nominated most outstanding student


2017  Fellowship : What About Art » Mumbai, India

2016  1 percent Art Public Commission Northern Maine Community College

2016  Maine Visual Arts Fellow, Maine Arts Commission

2016  Grant Recipient Peaks Island Fund ; collaboration Side x Side

2016  Artist Residency : Hewnoaks Art Colony

2015  Grant Recipient : Peaks Island Fund : Community project : J’aime Peaks

2012  Teaching Artist Excellence Award, Minister of French Education/Enfancillages

2012  Grant recipient: Conseil Régional du Centre: Innovative social project

2011  Artist residency: CAMAC

2011  Grant recipient: Conseil Général : promoting contemporary art in rural France

2003  Artist Residency Maison Emma

2003  Lauréate ATOUT FIL, www.atoutfil.com


2017  Ogunquit Museum of Art : Garden Intervention- Interactive Map of Emotions

2012  Ecole de Beaux Arts, Tours France : Bloodline

2011  Ecole Supérieure d’Art d’Aix en Provence, France

2009  Chapelle Saint Jacques, Vendôme, France Couturiere du Patrimoine

2009  Espace Jacques Thyraud, Romorantin, France : Manipulation

2008  Maison du Loir et Cher, Blois, France : Sculptrice du Feminin

2007  Musée de l’Ex-Prévôté,  Saint Aignan, France : Au Tour de la Femme

2006  Cygnet Gallery, Bar Harbor, Maine : Landscapes

2006  Chapelle des Pénitents  Aniane, France : Desabillez Moi

2006  La Bouchery, Pontlevoy, France : Installations and Sculpture

2005  Château de Clapiers, France : La Magnanerie

2004  Waters Gallery, New York City : Recent Work

2004  Shaw Gallery, Northeast Harbor Maine/Florida : Landscapes

2003  Galerie du C.D.D.P de l’Hérault, Montpellier, France : L’Art de Jouer

2003  National Gallery of Arts, Tirana, Albania : Aplikacion

2003  Skendi Galeri, Tirana, Albania

2002  Watchung Art Center, New Jersey : Recent Work

1995  Galerie Mercuri, Paris, France : Boites a Reves

1995  Ambassade d’Italie, Boston, Mass. : Drawings

1991  Weisner Gallery, NYC


2017  Laudholm Reserve, Wells, Maine “Power of Place”, curated by June LaCombe

2016  Lewis Gallery, “Bound Together”, Portland, Maine

2012  La Grange, Région Centre, France

2012  Castel Joie et Vie, Châteauvieux, France

2011  Chapelle Saint Jacques, “Guest of Honor” Vendôme,France

2011  CarpeDiem, Montpeyroux, France

2009  “New Page Project”, Northeast Harbor, Maine

2009  Castel Vie et Joie, Châteauvieux

2008  Chapelle Sainte Anne, Tours, France

2007  Musée de l’Ex Prévôté, Saint Aignan, France

2007  Château de Chaumont, Chaumont sur Loire, France

2006  Ouchamps Salon d’Art Régionaux, France

2005  LandEscapes, Bar Harbor, Maine

2004  Acadia Symposium of the Arts,  Acadia, Maine

2004  College of the Atlantic, Mount Desert Island, Maine

2004  Prince Street Gallery, NYC

2004  Atoutfil, Onet Le Château, Rodez,  France

2004  Atoutfil, Espace Languedoc-Roussillon Hôtel de Région,  France

2004  Dialogue d’Artistes, Clapiers,  France

2004  SAMI Perpignan, mini-format,  France

2003  Juried Competition : Atout Fil,  Vauvert, France – Lauréate

2003  Musée de L’Oeuf, Soyans,  France

2003  Salon d’Art Contemporain Artenimes,  Nimes, France

2002  Musée International de L’Oeuf,  France

2002  Centre Culturel Robert Gourdon, Vauvert

2002  Maison de l’Artisanat et Métiers d’Art, Marseille, France

2002  Galerie Chai Terral, Montpellier, France

2000  Visual Arts League, Mail Art,  Lincoln Center, New York City

2001  “911” Travelling Exhibition – New England Universities : curated by Andres Verzosa

2001  Sam Shaw Gallery, Northeast Harbor, Maine

1999  Visual Arts League, Mail Art, University of Medicine, N.J.

1998  June Fitzpatrick Gallery,  Portland, Maine

1998  Fourteenth Street Painters, “Group Show”, New York City

1996  Fourteenth Street Painters, “Group Show”, New York City

1996  Provincetown Museum, Provinceton, Mass.

1995  Fourteenth Street Painters, “Group Show”, New York City

1995  Lipanjepuntin, Arte Contemporanea, Trieste, Italy

1994  Fourteenth Street Painters, “Group Show”, New York City



2017- Present : Manager of Hewnoaks Art Colony, Lovell, Maine  www.hewnoaks.org

2015- Present : Teaching Artist with Side x Side, an Integrative Arts Educational Organization 

2015- Present : Professor : Opening Minds Through Art : Multi-generational Contemporary Art Class for  University students and elders affected by dementia.


2017   https://sterlingrope.com/journal/200-sterling-rope-takes-new-shapes-in-the-form-of-art

2017   http://georgesoutdoornews.bangordailynews.com/2017/06/05/travel/art-outdoors-            explores-all-our-emotions/

2015  https://www.portlandphoenix.me/arts/theater/item/2213-garden-in-the-air-taking-the-ball- and-running-with-it-circus-conservatory-interprets-earthly-delights-artwork

2014   Circus Atlantic : https://vimeo.com/151797513

2012  E. Audras Boudry,  Artistes Americaines à Pontlevoy, Le Journal de la Sologne

2011   Daniel Lake,  Of Grace and Beauty  2011

2011  A.Vildart,  Sacrée Balade Blanche, Nouvelle Republique, 3 May

https://vimeo.com/14592059  Balade Blanche

2011  Michèle Gils,  Magique Balade Blanche,  Nouvelle Republique, 11 May

2010  Pamela Moulton, Plasticienne Sensible, L’Epicentre, January

2009  Claude Defresne,  Fraicheur Artistique, November

2009  Jean Alba, Pamela Moulton à la Médiathèque, Nouvelle République, May

2008  Sculpteur du Féminin, Le Petit Solognot  N°427

2008  Jacques Henry, Sculptrice du Féminin,  Loir et Cher magazine, Spring

2008  A.Vildart, Pamela fait du beau avec tout et Rien, Nouvelle Republique,  13 July

2007  Jacques Beaulieu,  Exposition à la Prévôté, Nouvelle République, 16 June

2006  Cadres Insolites, Cadres Magazine, March-February

2006  Chaussettes pétrifiées flottent dans la Chapelle, Midi Libre, 17 March

2006  Bernadette Chenu,  L’art contemporain à la Bouchery, Renaissance, June

2006  Alain Vildart, L’Artiste dans l’intimité, Nouvelle Republique, June

2005  Kristi Pinderi, Aplikacion, E Merkure, Intervista Albania

2004  Muriel Plantier,  Deux Artistes éprises de mise en scène, Midi Libre, 13 January

2004  MC Harant,  Atoutfil, les artistes font parler leur créativité, Midi Libre, 6 March

2003   Susan Kuka,   Eggs Eggs only Eggs,  Gazetatema TEMA, Tirana, June

2003   E. Bardhyli,  Një amerikane kumton në shqip Dita, Kulture, 24 June

2003   Blerina Goce,  Wabi-Sabi  Dita, Kulture  26 June

2003   La Folie des Chapeaux, Magazine du Conseil General, L.Roussillon, March

2003  La mode du recyclage de Pamela Moulton,  Midi Libre, 26 April

2003  La Mode au Service de l’Art Contemporain, Objectif L.Roussillon, June

2003  XVIII édition d’Atoutfil, Echo Magazine,  spring

2003  Atout Fil met les Voiles, Midi Libre, 28 April

2003  Folies de Createurs, costumes contemporains d’Atout Fil, Métiers d’Arts, n°209

2003  JMD, Atout fil met les voiles, Nimes Metropole Culture, 12 April

2003   Atout fil, dans le droit fil de la création, La Marseillaise, 9 April

2003  Atout-fil met les voiles, Trans Sud, N°47

2002   Muriel Drouineau,  Les Drôles d’œufs de Pamela, L’Internaute, January

My studio in France.