Wendy Walworth attended Wells College and graduated with a degree in Art History from Briarcliff College. She continued her art training at the Art Students League, the National Academy of Design, the New York Academy of Art and the School of Visual Arts. She has been influenced most strongly by the New York realist painters’ school of the 19th and 20th century as well as the European painters of those times. She has studied extensively with many painters including Everett Raymond Kinstler, Daniel Greene, David Leffel, Burton Silverman, and Nelson Shanks. The artist was raised in Connecticut and has been living New York City since mid seventies.

Art at St. Bart’s, New York, NY, 1988
“The American Portrait”, Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1988
The 165th Annual National Juried Show of the National Academy of Design, 1990
The National Roundtable Invitational, 1995
“Under the Influence” Blackwell Center for the Arts, 1992
The National Arts Club Artist Member show, 1992-2006
Pastel Society of America 21st Annual Open
The National Roundtable Invitational 2008
The Timberfield 10, The Forbes Galleries, New York, New York, June 2011

The Greenwich Times: 1975, 1988 and 2000
The Greenwich Review: April 1979, June 1988
Greenwich Magazine: Cover Story; Greenwich People and their Portraits, April 1991
American Artist: December 1992
Town and Village: May 22nd, 1997
The Montclarion: November 20th, 1997
The New York Times: January 6th, 2008
The American Artist Studios Magazine, 2011

National Academy School of Fine Arts: Dr. Ralph Weiler Award
The Art Students League: Merit Scholarship
National Arts Club Exhibiting Artist Show: Popular Award (judged by the public) 1995
National Arts Club Bruce Stevenson Memorial Award for Portraiture 2000
National Arts Club First Prize 2003, 2007, 2008

Artist Member, The National Arts Club, 1987-Present
Trustee, The National Arts Club, 1996-2006
Trustee, The Artist Fellowship, 1993-1996
Trustee, The Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, 1994-Present
Associate Member, Pastel Society of America, 1998-Present
Vice President, The National Arts Club, 1999-2006

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