Biography from Guild of Boston Artists:
Pamela Pindell was born 1950 in Elkhart, Indiana. Her initial education was at Syracuse University and the Tyler School of Art in Rome, Italy. The latter gave her work a classical renaissance background, which she fused with subsequent Boston School training with Robert Cormier and Sydney Willis (a student of Robert Douglas Hunter.) A Massachusetts artist, she has been exhibited widely in open juried shows, including annuals at the Salmagundi Club in New York, the Catherine Lorrillard Wolfe Art Club, and the Audubon Society. Her commercial exhibitions include eight previous solo and dual shows at Tree’s Place, these show include Capturing the Moment (2003), Painting from Life: The Human Figure (2002), Florals in the Style of the Boston School (2001), and In the Boston Tradition (1998). Among many accolades, Pindell has won four within the last five years from the Guild of Boston Artists, including the prestigious Edmund Tarbell award. Her work has been recognized at other galleries such as, the Ogunquit Art Center, Nantucket Artist’s Association, the Hudson Valley Art Association, the Cape Cod Art Association and the American Pastel Society. She resides and maintains her studio in Nantucket, Massachusetts.