Local Artist Showcase

Featured Artist
Fitzcarmel LaMarre
On View Now

Local Artist Showcase

First Floor

Contact

For information about how to exhibit work in the Local Artist Showcase, contact Curator of Social History Akeia de Barros Gomes

The New Bedford Whaling Museum proudly celebrates and showcases some of the talented artists of the region. The exhibition rotates regularly and is located on the first floor of the Museum. This is an area that is accessible for free, no admission required.

On View Now

Featured Artist: Fitzcarmel LaMarre

"New Bedford has made it possible for me to connect resources to become a full-time artist. With the continued support of the community I can continue to connect and create necessary resources to the obvious needs of our city's youth and their families. Thank you New Bedford.” — Fitzcarmel LaMarre

Fitz's creative career began as a graphic designer and with the opportunity to chase a childhood dream he decided to pursue a traditional art career painting.

In pursuit of honing the craft and networking he created a series called The Ambassadors of Peace featuring portraits of Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy and Bob Marley to begin his painting portfolio.

As an art director, portrait artist and program coordinator he is currently putting all his skills together, creating a graphic novel NEW DEADFORD and the NEW DEADFORD SURVIVOR SERIES a community inclusion and outreach program to aid underserved populations creative programming void.