Pam Carlson

Pamela Carlson grew up in Darien, CT and majored in Art and Education in college. While attending, she worked each summer in N.Y. in commercial art within the advertising world. She taught art in public schools for several years and is Director and Past President of the Essex Art Association Gallery. She now concentrating on gallery shows with paintings in The Spectrum Gallery, The Old Lyme Art Assoc., The Galleries at Guilford., Mystic Art Museum., Slater Memorial Museum, in addition to Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburg, Pa. and Gallery West and Emerson Art Center in Bozeman, Montana.

Her subjects come from the farms and back yards of Connecticut and Montana with landscapes and sunsets from Buzzards Bay to the Connecticut River to the Rocky Mountains. Five of her paintings depicting Connecticut’s Farm animals are presently hanging in the Congressional Office Building in Washington DC.

She has recently received several awards on her work from independent jurors including 'Best of Show'. She now resides in Essex, CT.