Pamela Reynolds' paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in both the United States and Europe, including at the Provincetown Art Museum in Provincetown, MA, the Museo del Corallo in Alghero, Italy, Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and the University of Sassari in Sassari, Italy. Her work is a part of many prestigious corporate collections and has also been featured in several major motion pictures, including “Zookeeper”(MGM) starring Rosario Dawson and Kevin James and "Clear History" (HBO) with Larry David and Jon Hamm. Born in Los Angeles, Ms. Reynolds now divides her time between Italy and the United States. She studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sassari, Italy, the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, and the Museum School of Fine Art in Boston.
Massasoit Open Museum, Massasoit Community College
Massachusetts Bay Community College
Bainco International Investors, Wellesley, MA
University of Sassari, Sassari, Italy
Paraxel International, Waltham, MA
Color Kinetics, Burlington, MA
High Vista Strategies, Boston, MA
PolyMedica, Woburn, MA
Harvard Management Company, Boston, MA
Stride Rite Corporation, Lexington, MA
DeCordova Museum Corporate Art Loan Program, Concord, MA
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Haynes Management, Wellesley, MA
Calabona Hotel, Alghero, Italy
"Quando l'arte diventa pane quotidiano," La Nuova Sardegna, October 15, 2011
Open Season on Open Studios: Art-tripping in SoWa," The Boston Phoenix, October 2009.
"Critic’s Pics: Working the Grid", Boston Globe, March 2005.
"Invention and Tradition in Six Shows", Arts Media, March/April 2005.
"La Pittura come sguardo dell’anima", Il Dialogo, July 31, 2004.
"Ted Turner and Pamela Reynolds at McGuffey", C-Ville Weekly, June 2004.
"Ringing in the New Peers", The Daily Progress, 2004.
"New Members Group Show", C-Ville Weekly, 2004.
"There's Nothing Abstract About Emotional Appeal", The Daily Progress, 2003.
"Of A Piece -- Reynolds' Divisions Don't Matter", The Hook, 2003.
"C-Ville Pick", C-Ville Weekly, 2003.
Interview with WHDH-TV, Boston, "Asian Focus".