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Meeting Place by William Band
Peace by William Band
Rail Fence by William Band
School Project by William Band
Early Bargains by William Band
Winter Walk by William Band
Yesteryear by William Band
Wash Day by William Band
Waiting For Spring by William Band
Golden Mile by William Band
Still Standing by William Band
Still Running by William Band
Rail Station Scotland by William Band
Still Standing Strong by William Band
Lochness Boathouses by William Band
Ellen by William Band
The French River by William Band
Steam Era by William Band
Home by William Band
Haliburton Sunrise by William Band
The Queen by William Band
Rusty Beauties by William Band
Abandoned by William Band
Early Morning Stroll by William Band
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About William Band
William Band is now a resident of Erin, just North of Georgetown Ontario. His love of painting was evident from his early childhood.
Throughout his school years William was fortunate to expand his creativity by studying with such respected Canadian artists as Alan Collier, Bill Stidsworthy, Franklin Arbuckle to name but a few.
After graduating with honors from the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, and a successful career in commercial art, William went back to his first love, painting.
His paintings are from his travels during the year. Starting in May he can be found canoeing in the Northern lakes or sketching on location in small rural towns. He just completed almost sixty new paintings of Scotland from his latest trip overseas.
At present he is concentrating on doing workshops. This means traveling, meeting new people and finding new locations to paint for upcoming shows.
Besides workshops William does many commissions of family homes or cottages. From elaborate full colour paintings, to small pencil or ink drawings. Each home tells a story, and brings back fond memories or days gone by.
This year William will hopefully be found on the Northern lakes and rivers working from a canoe or a kayak. He has many trips planned from Northern Ontario, Alaska and hopefully finish with a workshop on the Sea of Cortez, Mexico.