Priscilla Whitlock

  • Selected Works

    Mustard, Yellows, 2016
    30 x 40

    Summer Meadow, 2016
    30 x 40

    Spring Peaches, 2017
    20 x 24

    Secret Garden, 2015
    8 x 10

    Reflections, Blues, 2017
    30 x 36

    Late Blooms, Cap de Dinan, 2017
    12 x 16

    Hidden Valley, Early Winter, 2018
    30 x 40

    Emerald and Violet, Waves, 2016
    32 x 32

    Breaking Clouds, Drift, 2017
    36 x 36

  • Previous Exhibitions

    Isabelle Abbot & Priscilla Whitlock
    Summer Scenes
    Exhibition page >


    Twenty!
    LYdM turns 20 in 2015
    9 January – 1 February 2015
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    Visions of Spring
    Elizabeth Bradford, Cary Brown, Lou Jordan,
    Ann Lyne, John McCarthy, Priscilla Whitlock
    21 February – 30 March 2014

    Exhibition page >


    Contemporary Realism
    6 – 29 September 2002

  • Biography

    After years of painting, my interest is to interpret landscape. The subject matter is about physicality and energy of the paint and less about landscape as “scenery”. Produced by the painted marks, dashes, swipes of oil and oil stick, shapes and color all come together to represent the mood, light, and sense of place.  From a close vantage point the work is most abstract, but viewed from a distance it “comes together” to represent a field, marsh, or “view”.

    The artist studio is located near the Blue Ridge Mountains in Albemarle County, Virginia.  I also love to work at Wrightsville Beach on the Southern coast of N.C. Dramatic Lunar high tides are accessible only a few times a year, and are accessible only by boat. The marshes flood and bloom,  just like a field.  

    Images of monotypes on also on this site.  Monotypes are hand made, one of a kind and all original prints.

    Fellowships and Awards

    Truro Center for the Arts, Artist Residency 

    Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Acadia National Park, Maine

    Les Amis du Grande Vigne, Dinan, Brittany, France

    Virginia Center for Creative Arts

    An award winning plein air painter, she was invited to the First Plein Air competition in Curacao.  Her work has been chosen by the U.S. State Department for the Ambassador’s residence in Riga, Latvia.