Pamela Dodds prints natural woodgrain patterns from wooden boards in layers of blue, green and gold, evoking sea and sky, revelling the radiance and mutability of colour. Also, she creates relief prints that explore complexities of human relationships through imagery of paired figures. Her current work, Documenting Border Barriers, expands this inquiry into the overtly political.
Dodds's work is exhibited regularly in Canada and USA. Her immersive installation, Undertow, and selected prints from it, have been exhibited in Spain, UK, and Toronto. Collectors of her work include Cleveland Museum of Art, Boston Public Library, USA, Capital One Bank, Ontario, and many individuals.