Pamela Anderson Jaeger was raised in rural Northeast Iowa by an artist father, who bequeathed to her a love of nature and the artistic talent to capture it on canvas. She works with oil to express the rich and secret beauty of the Iowa countryside: its quaint, hidden farmlands, its sunny field and wildflowers, the changing of its seasons, its lovely and elusive wildlife. Her floral and still life work is consistent in its tone and feeling: warm, lush and brilliantly colored. Although converting an affectionate affinity for her subjects, her art is not trite or overly sentimental. It is rather, a celebration of light and life and beauty, and of home; a naturalistic romanticism. Her painting have been well-received in competitive and individual exhibits. She is represented in many private and public collections throughout the midwest and beyond.