Artist: William John, Jr.
Title: Leopard in a Tree
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Measurements: 20″ tall x 30″ wide
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William John, Jr. puts his primary focus on rendering accuracy of the eyes and anatomy of which he paints. This brings out the personality of his subject.
William’s portraits have an uncanny likeness that captures the personality of which he paints. His art is unique because of his unlimited ability to render a variety of subject matter. This includes paintings done in numerous types of mediums, but mostly acrylics. In 1983, William earned his Bachelor’s degree in Illustration at Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio. He puts his primary focus on rendering accuracy of the eyes and anatomy of which he paints. William is proactive in supporting numerous hunting and conservative organizations with his artwork, such as the Safari Club International, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited. Continue reading on artist page