Tré for the Gathering

Pamela Sack

Pam Sack began her artistic journey under the guidance of master potter, Anita Hughes. Anita always encouraged her students to take what she taught and make it their own. Pam took that advice to heart, and opened her own design studio in 2014.  

As a working artist, Pam has always strived to design meaningful pieces that would enhance many styles of home decor with subtle sophistication. In doing so, Pam has continued to provide meaningful work – bringing joy and warmth to homes across the country.

While there are many aspects of life that have influenced Pam’s designs, such as natural elements of the earth, her travels, religious inspirations, and ancestral themes, she is most influenced by her upbringing in New Orleans.

“As a 5th generation New Orleanian-born and raised, the many architectural elements, antiques, old cathedrals, and other sights from the city are and will always be a part of my soul and influence how I see design. From an early age, I have always loved the look of old world pieces when combined with other styles of home décor, and I try to incorporate these elements into my own work.”

Pam has continued to grow as an artist and designer with an ever-growing following. Her original Love bowls, Prayer bowls and Small cross bowls remain popular gifts for weddings, birthdays, showers and other special occasions.