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Martin Willis

 (born 1956)
Martin Willis is active/lives in California, Maine, Massachusetts.  Martin Willis is known for landscape and genre painting.

Biography   Martin Willis


Born in Boston on July 7, 1956, Martin Stephen Willis spent his childhood years in Eliot, Maine.  A second generation painter, he is the son of artist Morgan Willis.  Studied under and influenced by Pamela duLong Williams of Portsmouth, NH.

He was a self representing gallery owner on State Street in Portsmouth, NH for several years.  Exhibitions were held in several restaurants in the Seacoast area.

Willis relocated to Marin County in California in 2002 where he currently paints landscapes and genre paintings.

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