Topeka, KS (PressExposure) April 19, 2008 -- Pam was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas where she was raised by her mother who often had to hold down three jobs to support her and her older sister. A shortage of money never allowed for many luxuries but her doting mother always made sure that a box of crayons and paper were available. This provided a strong foundation to a love for art that would turn into a life long commitment. That love for art grew into a gratitude and then into a desire to give back to an entity that had given so much to her.
It was unclear how this would be accomplished until much later when college design professors dumped web development into her lap. Reluctantly she soon had to admit that the internet proved to be an artist's open door. She realized that the boundaries that exist offline do not exist online. It is quite easy to reach millions of people from all parts of the world in a short amount of time with very little money. This created limitless possibilities for unknown artists trying to survive in a competitive art world.
Pam created the concept of LiqWidArt to teach other artists to eliminate boundaries they are used to facing by sharing with them these limitless internet possibilities. This service evens up the artist's playing field by providing them with tools, skills, and resources they need to build an art career. These artists will be aggressively marketed to corporate markets, through press releases, book proposals, and digital art galleries. They will also be shown new artistic promotional avenues on a week by week basis that they can use themselves. Artists accepted into this program will be offered the option of building a strong art career foundation using out of the box techniques that allows them to stand out above the rest. They will learn that by using the internet as an art selling tool they can put an end to the art sale famine they are probably used to.