Pam Sackville Curriculum Vitae

ABN 2698 1657 211


1981-83 City Art Institute, Sydney
Bachelor of Visual Arts

1962-64 Toorak Teachers’ College, Victoria
Trained Infant Teacher’s Certificate


2021 Solo Exhibition The New Artisans Gallery

2019 Finalist EMSLA Award 

2016 Finalist artbeat'16

2014 Killcare Art Show

2014 Finalist artbeat’14 Art Prize

2014 Solo Exhibition, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney

2013 Killcare Art Show

2012 Killcare Art Show

2012 Finalist artbeat’12 Art Prize

2012 Solo Exhibition, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney

2010 Finalist artbeat’10 Art Prize

2010 Mosman Art Prize Exhibition

2010 Solo Exhibition, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney

2008 Solo Exhibition, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney

2005 Solo Exhibition, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney

2002: Spring Exhibition, Moulton Gallery, Sydney

2001: Exhibition, “Pam Sackville & Friends”, Parliament House, Sydney

2001: Group Exhibition, Moulton Gallery, Sydney

1994: Solo Exhibition, Libby Edwards Gallery, Melbourne

1993: Solo Exhibition, Painters Gallery Australia, Sydney

1991: Exhibition, “Pam Sackville & Students”, Holiday Inn Menzies

1988: Group Exhibition (with Maadi Einfield & Cedric Emanuel),
Holiday Inn Menzies

1986: Solo Exhibition, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney

1985: Work Exhibited at David Jones, Sydney
(per Robin Gibson Gallery)

1984: Solo Exhibition, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney

Professional Experience

1995: Published in Australian Arts Diary.

1986-87: Illustrated “Australian Garden Guide”

1985: Completed manuscript for “Flowers for All Seasons”.
Published May 1986, Doubleday.
First edition 8,000 copies

1983: Completed manuscript for “Sydney is a Garden”.
Published April 1984, David Bateman Ltd.
First edition 6,000 copies.

1982-83: Freelance advertising art work

1981-82: “Flowers” column, Weekend Australian


1981-2006 Painting and Drawing classes for Adults & Chiildren

1977-80: Teaching Director, Hillel College Kindergarten

1976-77 Overseas Travels – Canada & England

1965-75: Teaching in USA and Australia

Pam Sackville
Curriculum Vitae

Over more than 35 years of painting, teaching and exhibiting Pam has never tired of watercolour. She finds it both fulfilling and calming, whilst constantly challenging, to paint the beauty of natural and manmade objects in a world where social, political, environmental and personal turmoil often prevail and are understandably and necessarily the subject matter of many artists. Luminosity and delicacy coupled with the capacity for vibrant strength makes watercolour the perfect medium for this genre and for the commissioned portraits Pam is also known for.

Pam uses both fine and broad brushes, large and small (Arches 640gm) paper as she explores and refines her techniques.

In May 2014 Pam had her 5th solo show at Eva Breuer Gallery, Woollahra. It was to be the 2nd last Exhibition at the Gallery, which closed at the end of May, and marked the end of a very successful 10 year association.