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Rolf BEHM
Francisco CASTRO LEŅERO
David GOERK
Barry GOLDBERG
Vincent HAMEL
Ron JANOWICH
Woong KIM
Rick KLAUBER
Ron KLEIN
Perla KRAUZE
Toon KUIJPERS
Atta KWAMI
Donald McLAUGHLIN
John MULLEN
Hiroyuki OKUMURA
Charles Thomas O'NEIL
Gabriel PHIPPS
Florence PIERCE
Henri PLAAT
Steve RIEDELL
Robin ROSE
Rebecca SALTER
Werner SCHMIDT
Fred STONEHOUSE
Robert THIELE
Hasmig VARTANIAN
William WILLIS
Yuriko YAMAGUCHI
Sati ZECH
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William WILLIS   
 

   Howard Scott Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by the American painter,  William Willis, opening on Thursday, January 15  and continuing through Saturday, February 21, 2015.

Willis paintings are influenced by a range of loves and interest including communion with nature; Buddhist and Taoist poetry and Eastern Philosophies; and shamanistic cultures; the great cave paintings of Southern France, the early Modernist and everything wild and scared.

Painter William Willis (b. Sheffield, AL) has exhibited widely throughout the United States. His work is in numerous collections including the Corcoran Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, the Tucson Museum of Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery. Willis has been a professor at University of Maryland, American University and Corcoran College of Art & Design and has been a visiting artist at various institutions and residency programs such as Brandeis University, School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Vermont Studio Center. Willis has received grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, the NEA, Award-in the-Visual-Arts and the Maryland State Arts Council in his home state. Willis is currently the William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in Art at Georgia Regents University. He currently lives and works in Augusta, GA and Preston, MD.