I once asked my self, why do i paint? ... I believe the colors of each and every jar of paint, each individual tube of oil and each piece of charcoal live in harmony together. Inside my bag i carry all these varieties of colors that share the same space. They accept each other, and love each other. and when they step out together and are placed on a canvas, a board or any substrate, ... it is then when they get to shine to the world. A land in which they blend together and will hold each other forever. There is no fighting, no hate, no envy, no animosity, no negativity...just love. A perfect world. That is why i paint.
Born and raised in the East Coast, art has followed WIlliam throughout his life. He has been drawing, painting, and creating since the tender age of 5 when he tore every first page off every encyclopedia on the shelf because they were blank and he needed to draw. In high school he took painting courses and alongside his twin brother would awe the class. He placed in every art contest his school held, mostly coming in 2nd and 1st. His talents were not ignored as he was encouraged by his teachers to never give up. Even though William was raised in a middle to low class family, he had everything he needed. Passing up an opportunity with a guaranteed government job and firefighter position, he always felt that art was his true passion and didn’t want to be filled with the any regret later in life. William pursued his career by taking art and graphic design in a New York University.
In 2007 he began freelancing as a graphic designer while he painted as a hobby. Today he is the owner of iPrint. A local print shop where he helps others achieve their business goals. His shop has grown slowly but steadily and he’s proud of his achievements as a business owner. The shop offers an opportunity to print his work and gives him access to satisfy his creative side as well. He paints mostly anything that conveys an emotion. From drawings to portraits, they carry emotion indeed. Most of WIlliams paintings never consist of pencil sketches as William has a very sharp eye and can measure pretty accurately by just looking. He believes his brush is his pencil, and that any mistake isn’t really a mistake. Today he feels he is ready to show the world what they have been missing.
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