Pamela Fraser is a artist that works in a variety of materials and formats, primarily engaged with painting. She has exhibited her work internationally for over twenty years including solo exhibitions at The Blaffer Museum in Houston, TX; Galerie Schmidt Maczolleck in Cologne, Germany; Galleria Il Capricorno in Venice, Italy; asprey jacques in London, England; and Casey Kaplan in New York, NY. Select group exhibitions include galleries and institutions such as GAD in Oslo; The Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo; Wurttembergischer Kunstverein in Stuttgart; Dundee Center of Contemporary Art in Scotland; and Omi International Art Center in Ghent, NY. Her work has been reviewed in publications including The New York Times and Artforum, and she has been the recipient of awards including the Louis Comfort Tiffany and the Pollock-Krasner. Fraser also organizes occasional exhibitions and writes about art and, most recently, color. She is the author of How Color Works: Color Theory in the 21st Century  (Oxford University Press 2018) and the co-editor of Beyond Critique: Contemporary Art in Practice, Theory and Instruction (Bloomsbury Press 2017). She lives and works in central Vermont and is an Associate Professor at the University of Vermont.

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