About Paper Scissors Rock:
Paper Scissors Rock clocks and magnets are reproductions of original paintings by Northwest Artist Pamela Corwin and are created in her studio in Olympia, Washington. Pamela works in acrylics and watercolors, sometimes adding elements of collage to her work. She has been in business since 1981 and her work has been featured on several national television shows and in magazines such as House Beautiful, Seventeen and Pacific Northwest. In 1996 she was commissioned to paint an egg for the White House Easter tree and designed the Pike Place Market Festival Poster in 2000. Pamela also teaches local classes on the business of crafts.
‘For as long as I can remember I have painted, sketched, and made things out of anything on hand. As a child, I drew on rocks, napkins, my jewelry boxes, and painted on the lamp and clock next to my bed (much to my mother's dismay, I am sure). Art has always been the way I lose myself, calm myself, it is meditative for me. It comes more from a drive than a desire. I don't know how not to do it. It's as much what keeps me alive as food and oxygen’
Paper Scissors Rock sent us the most adorable little alarm clock. I love the cute music not picture and E is fascinated by the fact there is not a line connecting the second hand. I can't wait until we move and this little guy can take his place in my sewing room so I can keep track of when I need to get dinner ready. This clock is the perfect size to fit on any nightstand and with all the adorable pictures to choose from there really is something for every room.