Memories Of Life In The U.S. & Europe
Translated Into Original Impressionist Paintings
After photographing life throughout the U.S., Tahiti, British Virgin Islands, Spain, France, Switzerland, Greece, England, Italy, Russia, Ireland, Belgium, Prague, and Croatia, Bill’s acrylic impressionist paintings interpret his photos.
He began painting in oils, and continues to develop techniques through personal and professional tutoring focused on impressionism. Over 1200 hours of workshop participation provided diverse styles, particularly focusing on U.S.& European landscapes and villages capes.
To continue his learning, Bill has observed art techniques in museums and galleries throughout the U.S. & Europe,including the Getty, Hermitage, Louvre, Georges Pompidou, Musee d Orsay, El Prado, Thyssen, Giverny, Honfleur, and others. His paintings emphasize the use of bolder, vibrant colors, capturing sunlight and shadows of the early and late day.
Bill’s goal is to share the antiquity and beauty of U.S. & European cities, villages and country sides through impressionist paintings.
Bill’s work is on display at the Cove Gallery, Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, California. His 6 grandchildren are the’apples of his eye’!