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Incoming MFA student Pam Glick has NY Times “What to See” Exhibition at White Columns

July 13, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Pam Glick’s “Reclining,” a work in oil and enamel on canvas at White Columns. Credit Pam Glick, White Columns, NY

Pam Glick’s “Reclining,” a work in oil and enamel on canvas at White Columns. Credit Pam Glick, White Columns, NY

Paintings by incoming MFA student Pam Glick are currently on view at White Columns, NY until July, 16, 2016.  New York Times critic Roberta Smith places her show in “What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week,” describing Glick’s work as “assertively offhand,” and stating that Glick “seems to be in her prime.” Glick’s exhibition comprises of a recent group of twenty paintings – typically made with oil and enamel paint – that together might be understood as psychologically-charged landscapes.  Glick will begin her MFA in September, and her work will be on view in the UB Department of Art exhibition Prelude: Works by Incoming Department of Art MFA Students, opening August 25th.

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