Pamela Bramble is a painter whose work is represented in both public and private collections. It has been reviewed by The New York Times and The Hartford Courant among others. Her awards include the President’s top honor for her paintings exhibited at The Gregg Galleries in NYC and a University of Connecticut research travel grant to study 14th century frescoes in Italy – images that serve as a foundation and inspiration for much of her work. She has an MFA in painting from Columbia University and has been a professor of art at the University of Connecticut since 1989. Learn more about the artist at her website.
The exhibit continues through September 10.