Pam Jackson is a visual artist who has been working in drawing and paint for ten years, often inspired by her Manitoulin Island home. She has settled on oil painting as her preferred medium, after studying with many established artists from the northeast and farther afield, including Cathy Boyd and Sophie Edwards. Deeply concerned with environmental transition, community building and the life of the spirit, Pam’s work speaks to the complexities of life. Her current project – a series of micro panels — documents a month in Pam’s life as she moves about in the world and participates in conversation with her spirit and other beings in the world; she gently asks the viewer what it means to cross biological borders in the context of the pandemic.