Pomm “Is that her real name?,” people always ask. “Yes,” Pomm explains. Her mother,
born in Paris, read a novel by the French author Colette in which one of the
characters was a little girl named Pomme, which means apple in French.
(The “e” was dropped to ensure correct pronunciation in the U.S.) The peaceful
moments and beautiful colors of Pomm’s work have been inspired by her bi-
cultural upbringing. While in Europe, she found she loved the old world
architecture and feeling, particularly the southern regions of France known
for abundant sun and flowers. Pomm’s work has been seen all over the U.S., in
Europe and Japan. She is a member of the National Watercolor Society as well
as The Watercolor West Society. Collectors of her work include Kirstie Alley,
David Hasselhof and Priscilla Presley.