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Rita Brown is the artist known for painting magical memories of her hometown. This wonderful collection of Waltham sites was launched in 2007 and expands every year. This includes the beautiful architecture of the Waltham churches, city hall, museums, police and fire centers, shops on Moody Street and homes. Her followers add her lovely new pieces of colorful framable works of art to their Christmas decorations.
Rita graduated from MassArt and Boston University. She has studied art/painting abroad in Ireland, Italy and France. Prior to becoming a freelance artist, she was employed 20 years with a major worldwide manufacturer DEC and later worked for Boston University Corporate Education. This gave her the opportunity to work, study and travel to many places making beautiful art and wonderful memories. She is very grateful that this lifetime with her supportive family and friends has helped empower her to become the artist she is today. She resides in Falmouth, Massachusetts with her family and has painted many Falmouth sites. Her best known works are the painting of the beautiful homes of Falmouth, the 'Falmouth Road Race' and 'An Afternoon at Great Harbors'.
People that know Rita, know she puts so much of her time and energy into her painting. She selects her subject matter by going out and finding it and prides herself on trying to be the first to paint unique memorable art. Besides being skilled painting with oils, watercolors, acrylics, ink and mixed media, she had done many murals and decorative arts. Her love for art, travel and architecture has given her an abundance of wonderful memories to help formulate her whimiscal paintings. She has been successful in selling her impressionistic artwork that continually triggers fond memories for so many people.