Location: Union, New Jersey, United States
Dolores Whitelaw has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in art.
Remembered fondly and lovingly by family, friends and former colleagues, Mrs. Whitelaw is described as a resilient woman who uplifted others and shared in the joyous moments of life through her art. Her one-woman shows were performed and exhibited at prominent galleries and museums through New York and New Jersey, including the E3 Gallery in New York, NY, and the Les Malamut Art Gallery in Union, NJ. An accomplished painter, she was known as a lover of beauty and nature. These passions were reflected in group shows at the Carole Franklin Gallery in Emerson, NJ, JCB International in New York, NY, La MaMa La Galleria, the Westbeth Gallery, and the Sueanne Shirzay Gallery in Island Park, NY. Today, she is celebrated for her lifetime commitment to the arts.
Mrs. Whitelaw’s passion for art was supported by her education, which allowed her to refine her skills and perfect her artistic techniques. Over the years, she took coursework at the Newark School of Fine & Industrial Arts, as well as at the Art Student League. She worked as a teacher of art, a design consultant for Trans Design, and spent ten years with Schering Plough, before making the decision to work primarily as an artist in the nature coast of Florida, a place that continued to be a source of inspiration — and constant adventure. She leaves behind family and friends who miss her soul and spirit; however, they feel blessed that her artwork demonstrates her legacy of beauty, inspiration and a reminder of the most wonderful parts of life.
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