is a recent resident artist at the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA. She was awarded a fellowship for graduate study at the Museum School, in Boston, MA. Whealin earned her B.A. in Art from Rowan University, NJ. She was awarded a two year apprenticeship in bronze casting at The Johnson Atelier, in Princeton, NJ. Completing her studies, she moved to the DC area and began her work as an artist in Washington, DC while working as a staff member at The Phillips Collection.
Her painted works in ink on transparent materials, paper and on wood have been the focus of her exhibitions since 2010.
Whealin’s artworks have been in curated exhibits at The Painting Center, NY, Charles Krause/Reporting Fine Art gallery, DC, Robert Brown Gallery, DC, Howard County Fine and Performing Arts Center, MD and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, DC.
Her works have been exhibited in museums, institutions and galleries nationally. Her works are included in private and museum collections, including the Museo Della Carta, Fabriano, Italy. The Voice of America China, NBCnews and the Washington Post, among other news sources, have included her works in videos, articles and reviews.
She lives and maintains her studio in Arlington, VA.
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