Am. b. 1954
“[John] Whalley’s graphite drawings are second to none in the nation.” Daniel Kany, Maine Sunday Telegram, October 14, 2012
Born in Brooklyn, NY John Whalley spent a portion of his childhood near Standish, Maine. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, he now lives and works in the Damariscotta, Maine area. His works have been widely exhibited in the United States and are included in numerous museum collections including those of the Portland Museum of Art, the Colby College Art Museum and the Georgia Museum of Art.
An exhibition of John's work will take place at Greenhut Galleries from August 4 to 27, 2022.
For images of some of John Whalley's works in museum collections, click on the links below.
Colby College - "Orphan's Refuge 2" (25 3/4 x 17.5 in., graphite on paper)
Untitled (Monhegan Bell) 10.5 x 16.25 in. Graphite on paper signed "John Whalley" l.r Provenance the artist a Maine collector Price: Please inquire
16 x 11.75 in. Oil on panel signed "John Whalley 07" l.l Provenance Greenhut Galleries a Florida collector Price: Please inquire
18.5 x 12.5 in. Oil on canvas No longer available