Originally from Trinidad & Tobago, Alison Wells relocated to the South Coast of Massachusetts in 2004 to pursue a Masters Degree in Fine Art Painting at the University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth. She now lives and works as a full-time artist and art educator in, and is the owner of “Alison Wells Fine Art Gallery” in downtown New Bedford. Her paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally and are part of private, public and corporate collections.
“As a New Bedford resident and a woman of color originally from Trinidad and Tobago, I have been particularly intrigued and inspired by New Bedford’s significant involvement in the Underground Railroad…
In my mixed media paintings I have incorporated painting, printmaking and paper collage techniques. My intention is to explore a contemporary approach to the Underground Railroad theme to raise awareness and encourage discussion about a history that is unknown to many but challenges and inspires our community today.”
Explore more of Alison’s work at www.alisonwells.com
August 26th, 2023 2:00pm – 3:00pm New Bedford Free Public Library Meeting Room Bird nest design and construction are as innumerable and unique as their builders. From highly specialized mud-nests of a colony of cliff swallows to the intentional rudimentary nest of the American Robin, nests assure the continuation of future generations. We will explore