Pamela Stolz was born in 1990 and grew up in Hubbardston, Massachusetts. After high school, she moved to Brooklyn, NY where she studied Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting at Pratt Institute. After graduating in 2012, she worked for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and then later moved to Eagle Butte, SD where she served as an Americorps VISTA member with the Cheyenne River Youth Project. She recently returned to Central Massachusetts to work for SMOC’s Greater Worcester Housing Connection and to continue her artistic pursuits. She primarily creates oil paintings, and much of her work is semi-autobiographical and deals with the personal relationships of her peers as well as with her family’s recent past. She has shown work in several exhibitions in New York, Massachusetts, and South Dakota, and was a member of the Pittsburgh Art House during the summer of 2011.