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Featured Artists

JackWiberg

  

Jack Wiberg born in Wilmington Delaware is a graduate of The University of Delaware, Bethel Theological Seminary in St. Paul Minnesota and holds a graduate degree from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. As a child, he attended classes at the Delaware Museum of Art, where he came in contact with the work of Howard Pyle, N. C. Wyeth and Frank Schoonover, his boyhood heroes. Jack studied privately with H. Sylva Fernandez of New Bedford MA. He also attended workshops with Charles Vickery, James Iams as well as Dennis Pannent and Roger Dellar,  from Great Britain.


Jack has been the featured artist in the Somerset Massachusetts Historical Society, Bristol Community College Gallery in Fall River Massachusetts and the Artworks Gallery in New Bedford Massachusetts Jack had solo exhibitions in the Venture Gallery of The Rehoboth Art League, Rehoboth Beach Delaware, the Peninsula Gallery Lewes Delaware and the Gallery at Grace Church in Wilmington Delaware. Jack’s work has appeared in regional exhibitions of the American Society of Marine Artists and in national exhibitions of the International Society of Marine Painters.


 His work has been shown in the Coos Bay Art Museum, Coos Bay Oregon and the Maritime Exhibition in the Maritime Museum in Oxnard, California. His work has also been exhibited in the Maritime Festival St. Michaels,  MD. and The Charleston Maritime Festival Charleston SC. His work has also been seen in  The Biggs Museum of American Art Dover DE., The Washington County Museum of Fine Art Hagerstown Md., The Ward Museum Salisbury MD., The Marine Museum At Fall River Mass. and The Cold Springs Harbor Whaling Museum Long Island NY. 


Jack has also taught classes and workshops in watercolor and oil painting, over the years. In June 2011, he was a judge for the local Easton M.D. plein air painting event. In 2013 Jack was one fifty artists whose art work was used to illustrate a new video, created by The American Society of Marine Artists, describing the Naval War of the War of 1812.  


 He is a member of The AmericanSociety of Marine Art, the Rehoboth Art League, and is a Coast Guard artist.