Pam Grant paints primarily in watermedia, mostly abstracts of landscapes and figures. Although she grew up in Fruitland, Idaho and has now returned, she has also lived in New York, Colorado, California, and Washington State. Along with a BFA from Boise State University, she has taken workshops from numerous instructors. Over the years, she has participated in many exhibitions. In 2006, her painting, “Grandmother’s Shawl,” was awarded Juror’s Choice in the Idaho Watercolor Society exhibition and included in the Society’s traveling exhibit that year. Other major shows and exhibits include the 2013 and 2017 Western Federation of Watercolor Societies Exhibition, the 2005 Idaho Water Color Society Show, the 2003 Nampa Art Guild Centennial Show, the 1997 Triton Art Museum Exhibition in Santa Clara, California, and the 1993 Idaho Centennial Juried Art Show in Boise. In 2000, her painting, “Memory,” was awarded Best of Show at the Eastern Washington Watercolor Society exhibition. In 2001 and 2002, she obtained signature status in the Northwest Watercolor Society by having three paintings accepted into NWWS exhibitions. In 2012 she also became a signature member of the Idaho Watercolor Society. She was President of the Idaho Watercolor Society from 2008 to 2010. She is a member of the Nampa Art Guild and the Four Counties Art Guild and is Co-chair of the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies 2020 Exhibition.