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Willoughby Walling: Retrospective on view
(Brookline – December 27, 2012) - Celebrating the life and paintings of local Brookline artist, Willoughby George Walling. For Wib, painting was about creating, communicating and learning. Wib loved to show his paintings and share his reflections on their creation. He took many classes at the Brookline Arts Center and his work was included in many group and solo exhibitions. His work reflected his feelings about faith, nature, relationships and “searching for structure”.
After bringing a set of watercolors on a family vacation to Montana, Wib discovered a passion for painting that would carry him through the rest of his life. Wib had a number of shows in Boston and New York. He passed away in February, 2012.The Center is pleased to present this collection of his paintings.
More About Brookline Arts Center
Housed in a former fire house on Monmouth Street, the non-profit Brookline Community Arts Center offers a wide range of community art classes for adults, children and families. The center also organizes rotating exhibits of local and internationally renowned artists.
Free and reduced-cost classes are available for elderly residents and low-income children.
Susan Navarre serves as the center's executive director.
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