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artist

Pamela Anne Marron, American artist. Recipient Max Beckman scholarship, 1967, 1968, Jurors award, Berkshire Museum, 1978, Stratton Art Festival, 1983, 1988, Jay Conaway award, 1987, 1990. Member of Vermont Council on Arts, Southern Vermont Art Center (art committee, numerous art exhibitions, Jurors award 1998).

Background

Marron, Pamela Anne was born on November 16, 1945 in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Chester Charles and Edith Anne Marron.

Education

Associate of Arts, Parsons School Design, New York City, 1968. Postgraduate, Stanford University, California, 1970.

Career

Member art committee Stratton Art Festival, Stratton Mountain, Vermont. Founder, art committee Elm St. Arts, Manchester, Vermont.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Architectural Digest, 1998, Women Artists Calendar, 1999, one-woman shows include Stratton Arts Festival, 1974-1994, Park McCullough House, Bennington, Vermont, 1976, The Hoosac School, New York, 1978, Garden Gallery, Londonderry, Vermont, 1980, AVA Gallery, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1984, Castleton State College, Vermont, 1986, Pindar Gallery, New York City, 1987, Northstar Gallery Show, Stratton Mountain, 1989—2002, Avanti Gallery, Lambertville, New Jersey, 1990, Nicholas Roeruch Museum, New York City, 1990, Lotus Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1990, Vermont State House, Montpelier, 1992, Chaffee Art Center, Rutland, Vermont, 1994, Elm St. Arts, Manchester Center, Vermont, 1994, 95, 1994, 1995, Gallery Two, Woodstock, Vermont, 1995, Olde Moon Gallery, Breckenridge, Colorado, 1998, Grayson Gallery, Woodstock, 1999, Gardner Colby Gallery, Naples, Florida, 2001, Schenectady Museum, 2004, Haddad Lascano Gallery, Greater Barrington, Massachusetts, 2005, Redux Gallery, Dorset, Vermont, 2005, Nancy Price Gallery, Jamaica, Vermont, 2005, Dorset Theater Festival, 2005, Southern Vermont Art Center, 2006, Vermont Art Gallery, Brattleboro, 2006, Southern Vermont College, Manchester Center, 1975, 79, 2006, Beside Myself Gallery, Arlington, Vermont, 1982, 86, 90, Cove Gallery, Wellfleet, Massachusetts, 1991, 97, The Artisans Gallery, Brattleboro, Vermont, 2007, Brattleboro Museum, 2007, Represented in permanent collections Lotus Corporation, Omni Corporation, New York City, Yoder Brothers International, Barberton, Ohio, Brandon Artist's Guild, Vermont, Lake Shore Gallery, Bolton Landing, New York, numerous group exhibitions, one-woman shows include Southern Arts Center, 1976—2008.

Membership

Member of Vermont Council on Arts, Southern Vermont Art Center (art committee, numerous art exhibitions, Jurors award 1998).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Singing, swimming, walking.

Connections

father:
Chester Charles

mother:
Edith Anne Marron