Waterscapes Seashells Flowers Animals Still Lifes Landscapes Portraits Figures
Bill’s professional career in advertising and life-long love and appreciation of art engaged him in the creative process, and eventually evolved into his painting in oils. From the moment he squeezed out his first tube on his palette and picked up a brush, he knew in his mind what to paint. There was no reticence in approaching his canvas, rather his choosing colors and applying them to the forms. The art took shape and suddenly, a painting took place. After his first two oil paintings, he said, “I surprised myself”. He knew then that he would continue to paint and develop his art with his Impressionist approach.
Bill’s mother Christine was a life-long accomplished and prolific artist. She influenced Bill’s early interest in art long before he finally reached out and picked up a brush. Bill looks to his life traveled experiences for his subjects to paint with his visual interpretation and touch of what he puts on his canvas. He explains his passion for choosing and painting his subjects and scenes by simply saying, “This is what I love to do”.