Pam Cooper



from Slow Art

Pam Cooper participated in Slow Art in Fall 2019 at Village West.

Pam Cooper, born in the United Kingdom, moved to The United States in 1990 and studied at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, graduating in 1994.

She has exhibited nationally, including the New Jersey State Museum, Austin Museum of Art, Kent State University Gallery, Art Gallery of the University of Central Florida and Rutgers Center for Women in the Arts.

She was awarded the opportunity to participate in the Artist in the Market Place program at the Bronx Museum.

Cooper's work is included in the artist files at The Drawing Center, Pierogi 2000 and Momenta in New York City and the Arts Commission Gallery in San Francisco.

In 2003 she participated in the New Jersey Fine Arts Annual at The Morris Museum, NJ State Museum, Trenton, the Noyes Museum, New Jersey and in 2004 won a scholarship for a residency at the Vermont Studio Workshop and in 2013 has been included in the Emerging Artists Series at the Monmouth Museum in New Jersey.

More information on Cooper and her work can be found at


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