Pamela Long Nolan studied painting, drawing, and sculpture from an early age. A prolific, highly collected, and well-known artist on Long Island, NY, she studied at the Art Students League in NYC, and was awarded her bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts at SUNY Empire State College.
Long Nolan worked in her studios in Northport, New York for more than five decades. She taught untold numbers of students, at The Art League of Long Island (formerly HTAL), SUNY Empire State College, and privately in her studios in Northport. A highly sought-after portraitist, Long Nolan worked for many years for WCBS channel 2 and Newsday as a courtroom illustrator. Her paintings are in hundreds of private collections, as well as having hung in exhibitions at the National Pastel Society (NYC), Parrish Art Museum (Southampton),
Nassau County Museum of Art (Roslyn), Hecksher Museum (Huntington), and the Islip Art Museum.
Long Nolan’s artwork is in many private and public collections, including:
- Georgetown University, Washington DC
- United State Federal Court Building, Uniondale, NY
- United State Patent Office, Arlington, VA
- The Torrlube Company, Santa Barbara, CA
- SUNY Empire State College, Old Westbury, NY
- The Levis Collection, Manchester, VT
- Milso Industries, Brooklyn, NY