January 16, 2014

NC Artist William Jameson is Featured in Southwest Art

WILLIAM JAMESON is currently featured in Southwest Art, a nationally circulated art publication, with an article in the February issue available at area bookstores. The article can be found on page 82 or visit Bill's website, www.williamjameson.com and go to "Blogs and Videos."

Jameson's painting, "Highway 176 Series," is included in an exhibit of work  which has been added to the permanent collection at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, LA, and his work, "Wishing Creek," is also included in an exhibit of recent acquisitions to the permanent collection of the Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC. 

Born in Honea Path, South Carolina, William Jameson always felt strong ties to his native region. Today, he and his wife, Anne, also a painter (www.annejamesonfineart.com), reside and paint in Saluda NC

Bill credits growing-up surrounded by the natural beauty and rich history of South Carolina with inspiring his childhood ambitions of becoming an artist. After studying with Frank Rampola at the Ringling School of Art in Florida, Jameson continued his studies while teaching landscape painting and life drawing as a graduate assistant at the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende in Mexico. Bill has drawn inspiration from a wide array of bodies of work, ranging from the drypoint etchings of American landscape artist, Chauncey Foster Ryder to the Renaissance masterpieces of Titian.

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