Welcome to Raspberry Doodles, the work of Pamela Stirling, beautifully drawn portraits and illustrations with character.

The slide show above shows some of my latest work.

Pamela’s unique coloured pencil and mixed media paintings are delicately observed and full of life.




Since the day I can remember I have always drawn. I started off drawing birds that visited our garden and fell in love with the power of the simple pencil to capture life. I did not fare as well with a paint brush so did not do well in art class but never lost my love of drawing and taught myself as I went.

Art has not been my career until recently but I have always found a way to keep drawing and painting. As well as selling my own work and taking commissions, I have also completed illustration jobs, designed logos and graphics. My work is held in private collections across the world.

As I evolve as an artist, I have concentrated on drawing which is where my greatest strength lies. I love the challenge of capturing the unique personality that every animal or person has and bringing them to life. Each project is special to me and this shows in the work I create.

Wholesale is also now available – you can register here for more information.

Thank you

Pam x

Where can you see my work?

You can see a selection of original artwork along with my full range of prints and cards at The PA Pop-Up Shop in Castle Douglas

  • If you have an event or venue where you think my work would be appreciated I would love to hear from you.


Pet Portraits

Commissions are closed for the moment – Sorry but things are a little busy right now.

Branching Out

This weekend marks my first Trade Fair as an artist and it has been a real challenge for me to get here.  I have had to use every skill I have to pull together three collections, a trade stand, promotional

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Starting anew in Galloway

After 12 years on the Isle of Wight we have moved back up to Scotland to the edge of the beautiful Galloway Forrest. At the same time I have also taken the decision to step away from my corporate role

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Day25 #the100dayproject

Day 25 was a quick drawing at the end of a long day and summed up what I had wanted to do all day. Kick back with a cup of coffee! Inspiration by Candice Picard on Unsplash

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Day23&24 #the100dayproject

Another 2 day post as I was frustrated that I had not completed this yesterday. 🙁 However I am happier today as I have been planning this drawing for 5 years. I am not sure what to call this drawing

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Day21&22 #the100dayproject

So….I forgot to post yesterday 🙁 Day 21 & Day 22 of this drawing – the bigger ones take a bit longer to draw all of the details so there is no face yet….getting closer though. It’s a very cute

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Day20 #the100dayproject

Day 20 is a work in progress. One of the drawings I was working on for my exhibition that now won’t take place for a bit longer. These ocelots are my favourite residents at Amazon world on the Isle of

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