Alice Whealin’s artworks present unusual and potential structures in our world of innumerable possibilities. She finds inspiration for her artworks from nature and science, and from many other art forms, including music, textiles and literature.
Her formal studies in Fine Arts include earning her B.A. in Art from Rowan University, NJ. She received a stipend grant for her apprenticeship to The Johnson Atelier, Princeton, NJ. She was awarded a teaching fellowship to the MFA program for The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA with Tufts University, Medford, MA. Leaving Boston, she moved to DC and served as staff at The Phillips Collection in DC. She exhibited her sculptures and drawings in their annual James McLaughlin Memorial Staff Exhibitions.
Alice Whealin’s artworks have been selected for numerous curated exhibits, including at The Painting Center, NY, Charles Krause/Reporting Fine Art gallery, DC, Robert Brown Gallery, DC, Howard County Fine and Performing Arts Center, MD. the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, DC and the Museo Della Carta in Fabriano, Italy.
Her works have been exhibited in museums and galleries nationally. Her artworks are included in private collections. Museum collections with her work include the Museo Della Carta in Fabriano, Italy.
Alice Whealin currently lives and maintains her studio in Arlington, Virginia.Website