About the Artist

Pamela Thomson studied art at St. Martins School of Art in London. Since moving to Long Island she enjoys painting local cottages, landscapes and still life, as seen in galleries 1, 2 and 3. In recent years her paintings have been shown in many venues including Easthampton, Quogue, Riverhead, Watermill and Southampton. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Hampton Bays Historical Society and many private collections.

Future Events

Pamela Thomson

pamelathomson.net

2019



  • A few paintings at the Southampton Cultural Center on Pond Lane with Southampton Artists Winter Show, 2.20.19 to 3.3.19 with receptions on 2.23 and 3.1 from 5-7pm
  • A few paintings will be at Clovis Vineyard, 1935 NY-25, Laurel from March 29 to May 1 with reception Saturday April 27 1-4pm
  • A few paintings at Southampton Artists Memorial Day show at the Cultural Center on Pond Lane from 5.22 - 6.2 with receptions o Saturday 5.25, 5-7pm and a closing one on Friday 5.31, 5-7pm
  • A painting at the Remsenburg Academy  from 5.17 to June 9 with a reception Sunday May 26 from 3-7pm
  • St John's Episcopal Church Art Show. An invitational show, reception 7.13.19, $75.00 to attend 6.30-8pm.
  • Art in the Park7.13 and14 in Agwam Park in Southampton. Superb weather this year!
  • Good Ground Artists at the Watermill Museum till July 21 Thursdays thru Mondays.
  • The Clothesline in Easthampton at the Guild Hall onJuly 27th for one day only!
  • Southampton Artists Labor Day show 8.28 - 9.8 with reception on 8.31. A fun show
  • And the best for last! Summer Finale with Thirty Squared at the Watermill Museum on Mill Lane. This is a great show with a superb reception on September 14th, 5-7. Don't miss this one, its a great end to the summer shows.
  • Southampton Artists Fall Show is from November 6 - 17th with a reception on Friday November 8 from 4-6pm.
  • I have a solo show coming for the month of December at the Hampton Bays Library which will feature a lot of local landscapes! There will be a reception on Sunday December 15 from 2- 4.30pm. I hope you will come!