Category Archives: Paintings

www.michaelbwilson.com

I don’t think I’ve ever said here that my website is: http://www.michaelbwilson.com. The difference between the website and this blog is that the blog is for current work and the website is for historical context. Be sure to check it … Continue reading

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Carrying On

I keep a file of good quotes I come across, and this is one I return to now and again, attributed to John F Kennedy when he was president: “The artist, however faithful to his personal vision of reality, becomes … Continue reading

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Summer exhibit in Maine

For anyone who finds themselves on the coast of central Maine this summer, please stop by Sam Shaw Jewelry: http://www.shawjewelry.com/exhibitions/2014/exhibitions_8_14.html

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3 new cubist portraits

I have not given up Don Quixote as a subject I am expanding my cast of characters. A Queen and a Princess keep popping up, and another gentleman who I don’t think is Don but I can’t quite identify who … Continue reading

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Studio art classes

I am offering summer classes in drawing, acrylic and oil painting, and critique. Designed to fit the needs of all levels, from beginners to intermediate to advanced; classes will meet in my Waltham studio. * Lessons use narrative realism as the starting … Continue reading

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Sculptures, redux

Hello again. I have posted clean new photos of the Don Quixote sculpture from summer to winter 2013.  I fixed the wrinkled backdrop and the lighting, So here, now:  A quick tour through the crew of Don Quixotes I have … Continue reading

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MFA Tour

I want to announce that I am giving a tour of the Boston MFA exhibit Boston Loves Impressionism. on Wednesday, April 16. The tour is preceded by a brief lecture on Wednesday, April 9, 7-9pm, discussing some historical context, the … Continue reading

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