“To me, Knowing Nature IS Knowing LOVE….

Pamela Hoke, photo by Alex Boerner, Palm Beach Post

Pamela Hoke, while Resident Studio Artist at the Fish House Art Center, 2009-2013. Photo by Alex Boerner of the The Palm Beach Post

…I sense my primary purpose during my walk on this planet is to simply share Nature’s Creative, Intelligent Love as a solution through my art, writing and various educational adventures. I believe that a large part of the solution to today’s dilemmas is that we as humans individually embrace our next phase of development and maturity as a species by effectively learning how to balance our Natural Minds with our Modern Minds. What I strive to express, through my art and writing, is the infinite, intelligent love and peace that is available to us merely by sensing a natural moment in a fully conscious contact with what provides us life.”   -pH


Emerging into her mid-career, Pamela Hoke’s focus remains on inspiring others to honor their natural selves, through her own process of connecting with her natural attractions as unconditional love, through her art, and contagious creative approach to life.  She is best known for her potent, magnified paintings and drawings, full of deep crevasses and contrasts, with strong, determined, yet flowing strokes. Whether she is drawing by pen, painting with watercolors, oils, or acrylics, she pours her love for nature as her ultimate life source, her muse, into each stroke. Her adventurous spirit transcends into her unconventional techniques regarding color, composition of subjects, and her use of her tools and mediums. Her zesty spirit and risk taking in her art, and her way of life, subsequently leads her viewers, students and collectors finding themselves in an inspiring adventure of infinite visual and subconscious possibilities.

"Poppy Passion" 36x36 Oil on Canvas, Easel Shot

“Poppy Passion” 36×36 Oil on Canvas, Easel Shot

A graduate of Ohio State University in 1991, with a Fine Art and Marketing Journalism Individualized degree, Hoke’s art career began quickly with several immediate gallery representations in Ohio, and over 5 years corporate presentation work with the pioneers of retail branding, The Limited and Victoria’s Secret Stores. She then spent 16 years in Southeast Florida, serving as a Key West Mallory Square Artist, devoted member of the The Arts Council of Martin County, spent 5 years as a high school Art Teacher, and launched an extension of her design business since 1992, with online branding, inVision Brand Pursuit, with her life partner, husband of 23 years, Tim Hoke. She has managed to balance her creative talents and professionalism in unique ways that allow her to have a strong voice for the arts and nature, while stay bonded with her natural self as artist, mother, wife, and active community service member.