Sep 1 - Dec 1, 2019
Opening reception Saturday Sep 14th 6:00-8pm

“My paintings are the poetry of my interpretations of reality. After several years of formal academic training, I often take my work toward the more contemporary, non-classical style. This is accomplished by combining structure of form along with an organic, reactive approach to color and value. While my still life’s adhere to the traditional, I incorporate contemporary design.

“Objects in Space” are a departure from reality in that I allow my reactions to take the painting to places I cannot preconceive as I focus only on the essentials. My exhibition, “The Beginning” is a mix of my evolving styles however I always stay true to tradition and paint only from life.”


Pam Ackley was born and raised in New York City.

She received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Marymount Manhattan College and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from New York University.

In September 2006, Pam began her artistic journey at Silvermine School of Art where she studied still life for eight years with Kirill Doron of the Art Institute of Moscow.

Pam was classically trained in the academic tradition for seven years. Her training was furnished through independent study with Jesus Emmanuel Villarreal as well as other instructors from the Florence Academy of Art.

Pam is co-founder and model coordinator for the New Street Guild of Artists in Bridgeport, CT.

NSGA is a private Guild of representational women artists who paint/draw the model from life twice weekly, year-round in their Bridgeport, Connecticut studio. The Guild Has been in operation since 2009.

Pam also co-founded North Light Studio in Bridgeport, CT where she paints still life and non model related work with her colleagues.

Pam has had several solo and group shows in Connecticut including Wilton, Greenwich, Norwalk, Stamford, Darien, Ridgefield and New Canaan.

Her work is in several private collections.

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