Artist Bio

Pam Siegler is developing trails on the wooded hill behind her house in Mulberry Tennessee that feature instruments that anyone can stop and enjoy, and words, quotes and designs randomly placed to enhance the hiker’s experience with her land. She has been featured in the Tempo Magazine of the Elk Valley Times of Fayetteville, Tennessee and has an article describing the inception and implementation of her innovative nature trail experiences in American Trails online magazine. Many of her works are displayed  in the different catagories of this blog. A retired middle and  high school science and choral teacher, she has an MA in education and currently teaches private voice, piano, and guitar lessons and works in her shop (a converted double car garage) creating heart messages, gourd chimes, musical instruments, and custom walking sticks for hikers.

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