photo by Robert W. Stegmaier 2009
Meredith Fife Day
A painter since her youth, Meredith Fife Day is currently in her seventh year as artist-in-residence at the Whistler House Museum of Art. She has exhibited work for three decades, most recently at Soprafina Gallery, Boston; Kimball Union Academy, New Hampshire; The Whistler House Museum; Wheaton College, Norton, Mass.; and Peterborough Fine Art, New Hampshire. She has also had solo exhibitions at Pine Manor Collegein Chestnut Hill, Mass., and Emmanuel College in Boston. Her paintings have been selected for numerous invitational shows and national competitions. She teaches painting at Middlesex Community College, where she had a solo exhibition of her paintings and collages in 2008. The recipient of a Blanche E. Colman Award, Day has been awarded artist-in-residence fellowships at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Sweet Briar, Va., and Auvillar, France, and Millay Colony for the Arts in Austerlitz, N.Y. Day earned an MFA degree from Boston University after receiving BA and MFA degrees from Louisiana State University in her native Baton Rouge. She has taught at the universities she attended, as well as at Southwest Missouri University, Springfield. Active in the Lowell arts community, she is a volunteer with the Hellenic-American School’s visual arts program. Visit her website at www.meredithfifeday.com.