As an artist, Bill draws and paints those subjects that he knows and loves most. His most recent work consists of drawings and paintings that are inspired by the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, KY. Bill’s work is representational and realistic in nature and is created on site and in the studio. He works primarily with pencil, pen and ink, and watercolor, producing portraits, landscapes, and narrative studies. A native of Winchester Kentucky and a graduate of Morehead State University, Bill has been an art instructor at Sayre School in Lexington KY since 1986. He is an adjudicated member of the KY Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, the Kentucky Arts Council Craft Market Program, and the Sheltowee Artisans Guild. Bill has work available at The Kentucky Artisan Center in Berea, The Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen Gallery in Berea, and The Shaker Village of South Union in Auburn Ky.