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Artist of the Month

Meet the Whistler House Museum of Art's July Artist of the Month:
 
Don Ouellette
 
 
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, Don began his study of watercolor painting with his father, Art, in 1975. Don has studied with nationally recognized artists Jack Flynn, A.W.S., Carlton Plummer, A.W.S., Murray Wentworth, N.A., Guy Dampier, and David Lowery.

Don is an award winning landscape artist, working in oil and watercolor. His work can be found in many corporate and private collections, including Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union, the City of Lowell, Lowell Community Health Center, and Enterprise Bank. Memberships include the Lowell Art Association, the Whistler House Museum of Art.
 
 
The WHMA is excited to share with you a collection of Bill's work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these paintings, contact the Whistler House Museum of Art at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call
(978) 807-6699.
 
For more information regarding participation
in the "Artist of the Month Program", contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 

 
 
Seascape
Oil
12" x 24"
$1,000
 
 
Winter Wonder
Oil
11" x 14"
$600
 
 
Morning Light
Oil
11" x 14"
$600
 
 
Rocky Shore
Oil
12" x 16"
$800
 
 
Beach Day
Oil
11" x 14"
$600
 
 
Still Life
Oil
12" x 16"
$900
 
 
 
Brook in Autumn
Oil
12" x 16"
$600

 
Vinalhaven Fog
Oil
12" x 16"
$800
 
 
Lancaster Farm
Oil
12" x 16"
$800
 
 
Annisquam Light
Oil
8" x 10"
$300
 
 
Pagoda House
Oil
8" x 10"
$300
 
 
Berkshire Farm
Oil
8" x 10"
$300
 
 
 
Spring Sail
Oil
8" x 10"
$300
 
 
Still Life #1
Oil
8" x 10"
$400
 
 
Sea Rocks
Oil
6" x 8"
$200
 
 
Lowell Parlor
Oil
8" x 10"
$400
 
 

June 2021

Meet the Whistler House Museum of Art's June Artist of the Month:
 
Bill Tyers
 
Bill Tyers is a New England artist born in Lowell, Massachusetts. He attended Massachusetts College of Art and studied portrait painting under David Lowrey of the Guild of Boston Artists.
 
Bill works in oil, pastel, and charcoal and his subjects consist primarily of the figure, portraits, and cityscapes. Drawing is the foundation in all of his work, whether producing charcoal portraits or creating works in oil. He often attends life drawing classes and works from a live model to improve upon his drawing skills. Oil paintings are often completed using his drawings as a reference. The paint is applied loosely using brushes in the early stage with final marks created by pushing the paint with a palette knife, creating bold and forceful movement throughout the piece.
 
Bill worked in the newspaper industry for twenty-two years as Director of Operations for the Nashua Telegraph and later for the Lowell Sun. He was responsible for the printing and distribution of The Telegraph, The Sun and The Sentinel and Enterprise, as well as many other commercial and independent publications, including The Christian Science Monitor and The Financial Times.
In 2008 he was a recipient of the New England Newspaper Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding Leadership.
 
Bill has exhibited his work in numerous galleries and shows throughout New England including The Whistler House Museum of Art, The Loading Dock Gallery, ALL Gallery and Gallery Z in Massachusetts and The Sharon Arts Center and Sage Gallery in New Hampshire. He has designed and created artwork for Plaidswede Publishing book covers and also produced the movie poster artwork for the independent film “The Graveyard Gang”. Bill’s work can also be found in private collections throughout the United States and South America.
 
 
The WHMA is excited to share with you a collection of Bill's work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these paintings, contact the Whistler House Museum of Art at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call
(978) 807-6699.
 
For more information regarding participation
in the "Artist of the Month Program", contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 

 
Ghost Ship (Fury's)
Oil (Framed)
16" x 20"
$750
 
Paige Street
Oil (Framed)
16" x 20"
$750
 
Willie Street
Oil (Framed)
16" x 20"
$720
 
Queen City
Oil (Framed)
16" x 20"
$720
  
Backstreet Neighborhood
Oil
12" x 12"
$480
 
Four Family
Oil (Framed)
9" x 12"
$520
 
Brazillian Bakery
Oil (Framed)
8" x 10"
$460
 
Row Boat
Oil
9" x 12"
$410
  
Burroughs
Oil
16" x 20"
$720
 
Stack
Oil
10" x 12"
$410
 
Riverview Mill
Oil
18" x 20"
$840
 
Critics
Oil (Framed)
18" x 24"
$740
 
 Fantasma
Oil (Framed)
16" x 20"
$1,100
 
Between Rounds
Oil
24" x 30"
$1,480
 
Figure in Purple Background
Oil (Framed)
12" x 16"
$620
 

 

May 2021

Meet the Whistler House Museum of Art's May Artist of the Month:
 
David Jones
 
“My paintings represent my feelings about the place I have visited, or the emotion I have experienced”.
 
David R. Jones was born in St. Asaph, North Wales, and moved to England as a young adult, earning undergraduate honors degrees both in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from the University of Birmingham. He subsequently moved to Paris, France, where he was honored to have his first show of Indian ink and brush paintings on Canson paper. This Paris exhibition depicting “The Body as Architecture” was sponsored and curated by Dr. Caroline Boyle-Turner, the art historian, Gauguin scholar and founder/former director of the Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art in France.
 
David earned graduate degrees in engineering from Northeastern University and worked in the field for more than thirty years. His love for creating unique paintings finally came full circle in 2007 when he met International award-winning artist, Sharon Morley, APS, who encouraged him to add color to his Indian ink works. David is a full-time artist and President of the Methuen based Arts Institute Group of the Merrimack Valley. He is a member of the Lowell Art Association/Whistler House Museum of Art and serves as a Board Member of Methuen Community Studios, where he has hosted a monthly show at MCS “Art in the Studio” since 2018. Since 2017 David has been represented by the Galerie Beaute Du Matin Calme, Paris 15, France, who have arranged exhibits of his work annually in Paris as well as in galleries in Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo, Brussels and Cologne in 2018 and 2019. They will be hosting a show of his work in Seoul, in April 2021 and Tokyo in May 2021. He was awarded the Toile D’Or De L”Annee 2015 by the Federation Nationale de la Culture Francaise for his 40” x 30” oil on canvas “Ten Years Before” which was on show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.
 
David’s work has been published in international art books including:
  • Artblend Vol. 2 2014 Issue #4”, pages 46-47, www.artblend.com ISSN 2373-5279.
  • “State Of The Art – Artist’s Book Volume II”, page 25, www.internationalartbook.com www.artvipgallery.com ISBN 978-989-98331-1-1.
  • “Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2014/2”, page 138, www.ht-artmagazine.com ISBN 978-0-9928106-1-0.
  • “International Contemporary Artists Vol VII”, page 177, ICA Publishing, New York, NY, ISBN 9786188000735.
  • “International Kunst Heute 2015”, pages 120-121, IKH Publishing, ISBN 978-3-9816595-1-1.
  • "The Art Book 2018, artblend, pages 102-103, ISSN 2373-5279.
  • "The Art Book 2020, artblend, pages 70-71, ISSN 2373-5279.
 
The WHMA is excited to share with you a collection of David's work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these paintings, contact the Whistler House Museum of Art at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call
(978) 807-6699.
 
For more information regarding participation
in the "Artist of the Month Program", contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 

 
Poppies
Oil on Canvas
20" x 16"
$850
 
Seven Continents
Oil on Canvas
20" x 16"
$850
 
The Paint Factory, Gloucester, MA
Oil on Canvas
30" x 24"
$1,600
 
The Breezeway, Gloucester, MA
Oil on Canvas
16" x 20"
$850
 
 
Firehole River, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Oil on Canvas
16" x 20"
$850
 
River Lea, London, England
Oil on Canvas
16" x 20"
$850
 
Monhegan Island Cliffs, Maine
Oil on Canvas
20" x 16"
$850
 
Manana from Monhegan Island, Maine
Oil on Canvas
18" x 24"
$1,250
  
The Schoolhouse, Monhegan Island, Maine
Oil on Canvas
18" x 24"
$1,250
 
Pointe de Trevignon, Brittany, France
Oil on Canvas
20" x 16"
$850
 
Gloucester Harbor, Massachusetts
Oil on Canvas
20" x 16"
$850
 
Dreaming of Santorini
Oil on Canvas
20" x 16"
$850
 
 The Right Bank, Seine River, Paris, France
Oil on Canvas
16" x 20"
$850
 
Stairway to Heaven, Gloucester Harbor, Massachusetts
Oil on Canvas
16" x 20"
$850

 

April 2021

Meet the Whistler House Museum of Art's April Artist of the Month:
 
Mary Phillips
 
Mary Phillips creates drawings and oil paintings which tell visual stories of our world with clarity through her unique abilities. Generally, this means using a realistic and representational depiction, enabling the viewer to easily impose their own insight and relevance upon that which they see. It is her purpose to edify, fascinate, and cause a deeper consideration of the subjects portrayed.
 
Mary began studying fine art as a teenager and relocated from California to Southern New Hampshire at the age of 30. From an early age, she has always drawn inspiration from artists like Rembrandt, Lawrence, Vermeer, Raphael Peele, Velasquez, Titian, the American Ten Painters, the Hudson River School, Ingres, Sir Henry Raeburn, and Winslow Homer, just to name a few.
 
Mary’s process is somewhat time consuming and is executed in a fashion reminiscent of these European painters before the 1800s. She develops a composition and draws it with pencil or charcoal. The drawing is then transferred to canvas, where it is underpainted in value scale. Color is then applied and finished with final glazing. To develop her skill even further, she found a strong mentorship studying with Numael and the late Shirley Pulido from Hancock, NH. This dynamic and talented artist couple greatly influenced her painting philosophy and technique, a specific technique indicative of the Old Master's.
 
Mary has exhibited her work in a large range of shows throughout New England and the United States, including The Guild of Boston Artist's Annual Regional Painting Competition, the Butler Institute of American Art's Midyear Show in Youngstown, Ohio, and the New Hampshire Art Association's 60th Annual Exhibition at the Currier Museum. Mary is a consistent exhibitor at the New Hampshire Antique Coop in Milford, New Hampshire. She has also served as a docent and member of the Lowell Art Association for the past four years and has participated in numerous exhibitions at the Whistler House Museum of Art.
 
Her exhibition history is also available to view here.
 
The WHMA is excited to share with you a collection of Mary's work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these paintings, contact the Whistler House Museum of Art at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call
(978) 807-6699.
 

 
Still Life With Oranges, Grapes, and a Book
Oil on Canvas
12" x 15"
$1,050
 
Flowers With Jewelry in a Salt Cellar
Oil on Canvas
16" x 20"
$1,625
 
Clouds as Prayer Over the Land
Oil on Canvas
22" x 26"
$1,200
 
Coming Up the Rise to a Harvest Field
Oil
16" x 24"
$1,100
 
 
Young Couple on an Old Road
Oil
12" x 15"
$875
 
New England Neighbors
Oil
12" x 15"
$650
 
Three Trees on a Divided Road
Oil on Board
6" x 6"
$275
 
Dimming of the Day
Oil on Board
5" x 7"
$290
  
The Wedding Year of Jubilee
Oil
26" x 26"
$3,900
 
In Your Presence
Oil
11" x 9"
$950
 
Musical Theater
Oil on Canvas
16" x 14"
$1,100
 
The Samaritan Woman at Bonhoeffer's Cafe
Oil on Canvas
27" x 25"
$3,900
 

 

March 2021

Meet the Whistler House Museum of Art's March Artist of the Month:
 
Pamela Wamala
 
 
Pamela Wamala is a contemporary artist focused on connecting with and uplifting those who appreciate art. She was born in Massachusetts and trained with her maternal grandfather from the time she was five. During high school, she had the unique opportunity to study with realist painter Scott Prior. That experience set her on the dedicated pursuit of working as an artist. Wamala received her BFA in Drawing and Painting from University of Massachusetts, Lowell in 1987.
 
Wamala uses a variety of paint mediums, as well as collage, poetry, short form writing through her blog, and her YouTube Channel to teach about her art and ideas. Her offerings have been shown widely in the region and are collected by individual art enthusiasts and corporations. Wamala’s art is included in homes and offices throughout the United States, Germany, and China. Notably, the Whistler House Museum of Art hosted Wamala’s solo exhibition, “Peace of the Sea” in 2016.
 
Pamela creates collections that focus on the beauty of the land, the light on the sea, the love of flowers, the dynamism of the figure, and the symbolism of abstract forms. During 2020 Wamala revisited her roots as a plein air painter, creating a body of work inspired by the waterways just steps from her Gates Block Studio in Lowell, MA. These pastel paintings embody the life giving energy of being in nature while creating. This collection is currently available through her website.
 
Most recently Wamala is incorporating figures into her paintings. Using mixed media techniques she adds the figurative gesture drawings that she captured during her Summer, 2020 walks about town. These pieces are part of “La Bella Luna Collection” and point in a new direction that Wamala plans to follow for the near future. 
 
In addition, she has just completed her latest series of works entitled "Moonlit Memories". The soul of this collection falls within the Chinese characters included with each of the works. Incorporating this lettering came from decades of Yoga practice, centered around the greeting "namaste". The greeting “namaste”, as well as the act of placing palms together, is used both as a hello and goodbye in the practice of Yoga. The incorporation of the figures together with the lettering is to show appreciation and respect for humanity and nature through art. 
 
Wamala works as a full time artist in her Gates Block Studio, Lowell, MA. She regularly participates in group exhibitions and invitational shows, as well as the occasional solo, two, and three person shows.
 
The WHMA is excited to share with you a collection of Pamela's work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these paintings, contact the Whistler House Museum of Art at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call
(978) 807-6699.

The WHMA is proud to present Pamela's newest collection:
 
"Moonlit Memories"
 
Moonlit Memories / Playdate
Mixed Media on Panel
8" x 8"
$400
 
Moonlit Memories / Solitaire
Mixed Media on Panel
8" x 8"
$400
 
Moonlit Memories / Neighbors
Mixed Media on Panel
12" x 12"
$500
 
Moonlit Memories / Sunday Stroll
Mixed Media on Panel
18" x 18"
$975

"La Bella Luna Collection"
 
La Bella Luna: Rising Hope
Mixed Media on Panel
12" x 9"
$400
JUST SOLD!
 
La Bella Luna: Tending Love
Mixed Media on Panel
12" x 16"
$500
JUST SOLD!
 
La Bella Luna: Sharing Joy
Mixed Media on Panel
12" x 16"
$500
JUST SOLD!

 
Meditation on the Sea: No. 4
Pastel
25" x 25"
$2,000
 
 
Spring Marsh No. 1
Pastel
24 1/4" x 36 1/4"
$2,500
 
Twilight Dance No. 4
Pastel
22" x 52"
$3,000
 
Concord River in Autumn
Pastel
14" x 14"
$325
SOLD
 
 
Quiet Afternoon
Pastel
14" x 14"
$325
 
Cool of the Day
Pastel
14" x 14"
$325
 
Morning Reflections
Pastel
14" x 14"
$325

 
 

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