Happy Birthday to me-by William Low

January 13, 2015   Yesterday I celebrated my 56th birthday. Since I am not teaching now and I do not have any pressing deadlines, I wasn’t sure how I wanted to spend my day. Maybe I can paint a self-portrait? Why I haven’t done one of those in years, and it would be fun for […]

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“Bring Your Own Book” with William Low and Pat Giles

The Huntington Arts Council is proud to present “Bring Your Own Book” portfolio & Networking event with Pat Giles and William Low. Date of the event is Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 7-9 pm. William Low will be there – illustrator, painter, author and professor at F.I.T. in NYC and Pat Giles – veteran of TV […]

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Winter Flowers First Day of Issue

Each of these four stamps depicts a close-up view of one plant — amaryllis, cyclamen, Christmas cactus, or paperwhite (clockwise from top left) — with detailed and colorful renderings of its blossom and foliage. Art director Ethel Kessler designed the Winter Flowers stamps, which feature art by William Low. First Day of Issue: February 14, […]

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Daytime Nighttime by William Low

Who likes the day? Butterflies. Who likes the night? Owls.  Who is working today? Beavers. Who is flying tonight?  Bats.  You will really need to turn the pages yourself to meet all the other characters in this book – including one very special child who has not appeared in my books before. Published by Henry […]

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William Low designs Forever® stamp for 2013 Holidays

The U.S. Postal Service® continues its tradition of issuing classic holiday stamps with this bright and cheerful rendering of America’s favorite holiday flower, the poinsettia.  William Low painted the stamp art. Ethel Kessler was the art director. This stamp is part of a 5 Forever® stamp series to be released later in Winter 2014.  Because of […]

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