Pamela Lawton

 
 
Pamela Lawton has exhibited internationally, including one-person exhibitions at the Galeria Nacional in San Jose, Costa Rica; The Conde Nast Building, NY; 180 Maiden Lane, NY; The Atrium Gallery, NY; and the Galeria Isabel Ignacio in Seville, Spain. Group exhibitions including her work have been featured in Pierogi Gallery, NYC; Sideshow Gallery, NYC; The Puffin Foundation, NJ; Tibor De Nagy Gallery, NYC; The Artists' Museum, Lodz, Poland; and the Emmanuel Heller Gallery, Tel Aviv. Lawton is currently an Artist-In-Residence (AIR) at Chashama, NYC, and has been an AIR at the World Trade Center through the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; the Millennium Hilton Hotel; the Marriott World Financial Center; the American University in Corciano, Italy; at 601 Lexington Avenue; and Van Deb Editions, NYC. Her work is represented in numerous collections both in the US and abroad, public and private. Interviews featuring her one-person exhibitions were featured on NY 1 News, November 2011, and November 2009. A book of her drawings, Walking After Midnight, with author Bill Kushner (Spuyten Duyvil Press) was released in 2011, and another, A Place In the Sun with author Lewis Warsh (Spuyten Duyvil Press), in 2010. She received a BA from Bennington College in Visual Arts and an MFA in Painting from the City College in New York and Scuola Lorenzo De Medici in Florence, Italy. While a faculty member at Eugene Lang College, New School University, she created a study-abroad art program in Sri Lanka. She has been teaching at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for more than ten years, where she created a course, "Seeing Through Drawing," the drawings from which are currently on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Website: www.pamelalawton.com.
 
 
Not Enough Night
Not Enough Night
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