Pam Douglas has been in decades of shows including an installation in the California African American Museum and at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 

Genie Davis, contributor to Artillery and Diversions, wrote: “When Pam Douglas shapes an installation, she shapes a world – one that grabs viewers by the heart and gut, and twists both with the power and emotion she presents.”

Shana Nys Dambrot, Arts Editor at LA Weekly, reviewed Douglas’ 2017 solo show in the Huff Post: “Pam Douglas is steeped in the magical way assemblage creates meaning. But she also excels at using paint, light, and line to modify and repurpose her finds into thematic compositional elements of powerful narratives.”

Douglas’ work has been critically acclaimed by Scarlet Cheng, contributor to Artillery and the Los Angeles Times: “Pam Douglas adeptly combines drawing, painting and assemblage. …Her work so often expresses the universal polarities that define human existence. This cycle is joyful and sublime.”

Her work was featured in the Los Angeles Art Show at the Convention Center, January 2019 by the Los Angeles Art Association 

Solo and Featured Shows

2020 – “Sanctuary Part One,” Los Angeles Art Association/ Gallery 825, solo, Oct. 30 to Dec. 4               

2020 – “Sanctuary Part Two” TAG Gallery, solo, Oct. 6 to Oct. 31

2019 – “Sanctuary Part One” solo, 60 ft. installation, TAG Gallery

2019 – “Artifacts of Grace,” Los Angeles Art Show, L.A. Convention Center, LAAA booth 

2018 – “Artifacts of Grace,” solo, TAG Gallery

2017 – “Sight,” solo, TAG Gallery

2016 – “Rhythms,” solo, TAG Gallery 

2015 — “Galaxies,” solo, TAG Gallery

2014 – “The Long Thread,” solo, TAG Gallery 

2014 – “The Life of Air,” The Foundry, Santa Barbara  

2013 — “The Life of Air,” solo, TAG Gallery 

2013 — “Fire and Water,” solo, Gallery 417

2012 – “Water Series,” 6-month exhibit, The California African American Museum 

2012 — “The Life of Fire,” solo, TAG Gallery 

2011 – “The Life of Water,” solo, TAG Gallery 

2010 – “The Seekers Series” solo, TAG Gallery 

2009 – “The Sepia Series” solo, TAG Gallery

2009 – “The Sepia and Seekers Series,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, S&R Gallery 

2007 – Solo, James Gray Gallery, Bergamot Station

2006 – Solo, James Gray Gallery, Bergamot Station

2005 – “Paintings in the Garden,” solo, Malibu Art Center

Juried Group Shows

2020 – TarFest, Launch LA

2020 – “Activism + Art,” SoLA Gallery

2019 – “Falling Into Place,” S F Valley Arts & Cultural Center

2019 – “Enough” Neutra Gallery & Museum, Women’s Caucus for Art

2019 – “Beyond Redemption,” LAUNCH LA, Backspace Gallery

2019 – “Pulse of LA 2019,” SoLA Gallery (Juror: Holly Tempo)

2018 – “CA101,” Redondo Beach Arts

2018 – “Connections,” San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild

2018 – “Hot and Cold,” Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center

2018 – “Seismic Shift,” LAUNCH LA (Juror: Stevens, Hammer Museum 

2018 – “BUNK”, LAAA/Gallery 825 (Juror: Alix Sloan, Sloan Fine Art)

2017 – “Unintended Consequences,” Chaffey Museum of Art, Ontario

2017 – “Speaking of Trees,” Studio C Gallery, Santa Fe Art Colony

2016 – Artcore Annual Competition and Exhibition, The Brewery

2016 – Hillcrest Center for the Arts

2016 – Lampourage Gallery, The Brewery

2015 – Arena One Gallery, Santa Monica

2014 – Arena One Gallery, Santa Monica 

2014 – Gallery Five08, Santa Monica 

2009 — Tarfest (Juror: H. Wolff, Dir. of Contemporary Art, LACMA) 

2008 – I5 Gallery, Brewery Art Complex, L.A. (Juror: Matt Gleason)

Many group shows before 2005, including some on the East Coast and in college


Los Angeles Art Association / Gallery 825

Women Painters West

Women’s Caucus for Art


Vassar College, B.A. – English, Art History, Studio Art

Columbia University, Masters – Painting, Sculpture, Art Education

Art Students League of NY – Drawing


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