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M. Pamela Stump, American sculptor. Recipient Artist award, Council for the Arts, 2004. Member Emily's List, Planned Parenthood. Member American Civil Liberties Union, National Organization of Women, League of Women Voters, National Association Women Artists (Cleo Hartwig award, 2005), National Museum Women in Arts (charter), Detroit Artist Market, Detroit Institute Arts Founders Society, International Sculptors.

Background

Stump, M. Pamela was born on July 8, 1928 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Clarence Homer S. and Gladys Greening Bogue.

Education

Bachelor of Design, University Michigan, 1950. Master of Design, University Michigan, 1951.

Career

Educator Ann Arbor (Michigan) Adult Education, 1950-1951, Saginaw (Michigan) Museum School, 1963-1968, Birmingham (Michigan) Bloomfield Art Association, 1969, Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, Michigan, 1968-1969, Cranbrook Educational Community, Bloomfield Hills, 1969-1990.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Group and one-woman shows include Cranbrook Kingswood, Bloomfield Hills, 1969-1990, Michigan Women's History Center & Hall of Fame, Lansing, 1994, 2005, Swann Gallery, Detroit, 1997. Exhibited in group shows at Cranbrook Kingswood, 1950, 70, 87, City Art Museum, St. Louis, 1951, Terry Art Institute, Miami, Florida, 1951, Temple Israel, Detroit, 1951, 58, Ceceile Gallery, New York City (3rd prize), 1956, Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1958, Horace H. Rackham School Graduate Studies, Detroit, 1960, Detroit Artists Market, 1961, R and R Robinson Gallery, Naples, Florida, 1962, Rubiner Gallery, West Bloomfield, Michigan, 1963, Michigan Fine Arts Competition (Juror's award), 1983, 87, Slusser Gallery, University Michigan, 1989, Outdoor Sculpture II, III, Southfield, Michigan, 1990, 91, New York Academy of Sciences, New York City, 1991, Oakland University, 1991-1992, Urban Park, Detroit, 1991, 92, Arc Gallery, Chicago, 1992, 1 Heritage Place, Southgate, Michigan, 1993, Art Center, Sarasota, Florida, 2000, Downriver Council for the Arts, Taylor, Michigan, 2002, Outside the Lines, Grosse Ile, Michigan, 2003, (Artist award, Wayne County Council for the Arts, 2004, Keep Michigan Beautiful award), National Association Women Artists, New York City, 2005 (Cleo Hartwig award for sculpture). Principal works include courtyard sculpture Kingswood School, steel sculpture Sister City, Tokushima, Japan, 10 bronze sculptures for Cranbrook Schools, Bloomfield Hills, Civic Center, Saginaw, bronze fountain at Presbyterian Church, Grosse Ile, Mich, bronze sculpture of history of University of Michigan Women, Ann Arbor, Michigan Bell Telephone Сompany, Saginaw, bronze sculpture at Providence Hospital, Southfield, memorial for poet T. Roethke Saginaw Valley State University, bronze sculpture at First Presbyterian Church, Pompano Beach, Florida, Rochester Hills Library.

      , Saginaw Museum, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, numerous others.

Membership

Member Emily's List, Planned Parenthood. Member American Civil Liberties Union, National Organization of Women, League of Women Voters, National Association Women Artists (Cleo Hartwig award, 2005), National Museum Women in Arts (charter), Detroit Artist Market, Detroit Institute Arts Founders Society, International Sculptors.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, writing.

Connections

Married David Everet Walsh, August 1950 (divorced 1975). Children: Kimberly Klaerr, Sara Greening Walsh Munro, John Klaerr II. Married Richard Taylor White, March, 1989.

father:
Clarence Homer S.

mother:
Gladys Greening Bogue

spouses:
David Everet Walsh

Richard Taylor White

children:
Kimberly Klaerr Stump

Sara Greening Walsh Munro Stump

John Klaerr II Stump