Pamela Knoll is a figurative artist who works primarily from life, and she is a lifelong educator. For the past 10 years, she has dedicated her life to the study of the human form. Pamela’s artwork has been seen in several public exhibitions and received critical acclaim in the International ARC Salon Competition. Pamela studied art with the world’s leading authorities including Sean Cheatham and Hollis Dunlop in Rome and Travis Schlaht in Paris.

Exhibitions:

14th Annual International ARC Salon Competition Finalist, Drawing category, 2019

Korean Fine Arts Association International Exchange Exhibition, Kim Bo Sung Art Gallery, Seoul – group show, 2019

Korean Fine Arts Association International Exchange Exhibition, Kate Oh Gallery, NYC – group show, 2018

Kate Oh Gallery, “Around Us” group show, 2018 SugarMynt Gallery, South Pasadena, CA – group show, 2016

Work Experience

Teaching Assistantships, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teaching Assistantships and Lecturing, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2006
University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA in Philosophy, 1989
The Rome Workshops, Certificate in Painting
Paris Academy of Art, Certificate in Painting