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Sid Willis: The Color of Light

An exhibition celebrating a distinguished career, exploring color.

May 12 – June 4, 2011

118 Newbury St. Boston

A Closer Look: Sid Willis – Read about the artist and his connections with the historic ‘Boston School’ movement.

View available works by Sid Willis Here.

Our upcoming exhibition will feature the work of long time ‘Boston School’ painter Sid Willis.  Mr. Willis has been painting under these principles and concepts for over 50 years.  American Art Collector magazine has featured the show in their May issue.  You can view the pdf online.

You can also preview most of the paintings that will be in the exhibition online, also thanks toAmerican Art Collector Magazine.  Online gallery here…

The show is also featured in the current (May 2011) issue of Where Magazine, you can view that coverage here… Where May sid willis


Sid Willis is an artist of the Boston School. Trained by Robert Douglas Hunter, Mr. Willis delights his viewers with luminous still lifes and impressionistic landscapes. He has earned the reputation of being one of the finest painters in the United States. His paintings are cited for their strong design, beautiful color harmonies and consummate draftsmanship. While Mr. Willis’ still life reflects his solid academic values, they also incorporate his keen impressionistic observations to form unusual and interesting compositions. His subjects, often rare and distinctive antiques and textiles, are carefully chosen from throughout his native New England countryside. Willis’ still lifes exhibit at a unique elegance of design and achieve a closeness of color unsurpassed by any other artist today. An American Impressionist, Mr. Willis spends much of his time painting out of doors, directly from nature. The New England countryside provides Willis with a never ending supply of subjects for his landscapes. Though best known for still life, Willis has also won gold medals for landscapes and portrait, and has been honored for paintings in oil pastel, and acrylic.


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