405 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657
586 Main Street, Harwich Port, MA 02646
Painting Provincetown since 1950
Emilie Walker, an artist who has lived and worked in Philadelphia, New York, Naples Florida and Provincetown, received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Beaver College where she majored in fine arts. She also studied at the Print Club in Philadelphia, at the Art Students League in New York with Reginald Marsh and in New York with her late husband, the renowned artist Samuel Edmund Oppenheim.
Walker has exhibited regularly in Provincetown, Massachusetts since 1950 and in Naples, Florida since 1973. In addition to Larkin Gallery, Inc., she has exhibited in the Fisher Gallery in Washington, D.C., the Charles Pace Gallery in Houston and the distinguished Miller Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio.
"Rather than just painting what I see, I like to have a certain feeling about it that might be an air of mystery. It's personal, but others respond, maybe without understanding why they do."
A Day at the Beach 18 x 24
End of the Road, North Truro 16 x 20
Provincetown Vista 12 x 16
Emilie Walker as painted by her husband, Samuel Edmund Oppenheim in 1956
At Post Office Gallery in Truro, Massachusetts in 2012 with Kenneth Hawkey (below).
Old Wreck at Monhegan Island 16 x 20