Pam started creating art in 2008, going back to UTEP to study Metals and learning silversmithing. At the same time, she was experimenting with glass, making small fused glass pendants and setting them in silver. Then in 2015, she began creating larger fused glass mosaic wall pieces while at the same time continuing to work in metals. These mosaics are unique and take anywhere from 15 to 50 hours to assemble and another 24-48 hours in the kiln. The beauty and intricacy of these mosaics have gotten Pam into art shows as well as The Adobe Fine Art Gallery in Ruidoso, Authentic Traditions Gallery in Santa Fe and multiple juried art shows in the area.
Schuster Design Studio developed in a very organic manner. Pam and her husband Jeff designed the studio with the idea of offering some classes but the studio has turned into so much more than ever imagined. The fall of 2019 started with an Art Market with 8 artists work showcased. 2020 started out with a bang with classes scheduled throughout the year.
Once the world gets back to normal, classes will resume.