Ronnie Gold’s passion is color, color, color - served up in pastels and acrylic. After a successful career designing home decorative fabrics, where she focused on repeating patterns and using whatever colors might prove to be the most saleable for each season, she turned to painting full time. With gardens, streams, blue skies and rosy sunsets - all of nature - as inspiration, and free to express herself without the constraints of fashion or market dictates, she creates her bold, energetic pieces of art using loose, abstract strokes of color, mark making, and gestural lines to build surface and composition.


Ronnie was born in Fairfield, Connecticut and attended the High School of Art & Design in New York City. She received her BFA from the University of Colorado, spending a year of her studies at the Tyler School of Art in Rome. A resident of North Stamford, Connecticut, Ronnie is a member of several local art associations: the Rowayton Art Center, Greenwich Art Society, the Connecticut Pastel Society, Carriage Barn Arts Center, Silvermine Guild of Artists and the Ridgefield Artist Guild. Her work has won awards at the Rowayton Arts Center, the Faber Birren National Color Award Show, the Connecticut Pastel Society and the Bendheim Gallery through the Greenwich Art Society.

Her first solo art show was held at Art Annex CT in Rowayton, Connecticut in the fall of 2020.