Monday – Friday 12 – 6 pm
July 23 - August 12 2021
Pam Glick was born in 1956. She received a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence, Rhode Island and her MFA from the University of Buffalo in Buffalo, New York.
Glick’s notable solo and group exhibitions include "Small Painting" at County Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida (2017); "Pam Glick" at White Columns in New York, New York (2016); "Contemporary Artists Interpret Old Masters" curated by Mara Williams at Brattleboro Museum in Brattleboro, Vermont (2016); "Songs of Retribution" curated by Nancy Spiro at Richard Anderson Gallery in New York, New York (1993); Ramnarine Gallery in Long Island City, New York (1993); Wolff Gallery in New York, New York (1989); Michael Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles, California (1985); and "The Show Room" curated by Steven L. Kaplan at The Michael Katz Gallery in New York, New York (1985).
Pam Glick lives and works in Buffalo, New York.