Pamela Kouwenhoven was born in Moonta, South Australia, in 1944. She has a Diploma of Teaching (Art) and has taught at numerous South Australian high schools. Kouwenhoven has also worked as a painter in the Royal Delft Factory, The Netherlands. In 1989 she received an Associate Diploma in Art from the North Adelaide School of Art. Since 1987 Kouwenhoven has had four solo exhibitions, including Memory, Love and Loss, Port Adelaide, 2000, and at The Women's Gallery, Melbourne, 1995. Her work has been included in the groups shows Art Addiction - International Biennial of Female Artists, Stockholm, Sweden, 1995; the Blake Prize for Religious Art, Sydney, 1991; and the Blake Travelling Exhibition that same year. Kouwenhoven has received several awards and grants including the Port Pirie Art Prize in 2001, and the Heysen Prize for Australian landscape in 1997 and 1998. Pamela Kouwenhoven lives in Littlehampton and works from a studio in Mount Barker, South Australia.
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