Creating a Bridge between Comics and Caravaggio

Spotlight on Huntington Arts Council Member Artist William Low: Creating a Bridge between Comics and Caravaggio. Dianne Matus for Huntington Arts Council 2009 “My parents certainly didn’t want me to be an artist when I was growing up in the Bronx,” explained artist William Low. “They said, ‘You should be a architect or an engineer. […]

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Live sketching on Ellis Island in NYC

William Low will be teaching a course for New Jersey City University – a course that involves live sketching on Ellis Island in NY.  Undergraduate illustration students will meet with William multiple times on the Ellis Island.  The course will involve gathering reference for a reportage assignment on Ellis Island.  William’s love of New York […]

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Demonstration

The Digital Painting Process – as completely reinvented by William Low William’s career as a painter of oils and acrylics on canvas and paper is a long one.  Since his days at the New York City High School of Art and Design, he has been known to follow the “Masters” in western painting.  This includes […]

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MTA Arts for Transit

A Faceted Glass Project for Parkchester Station. William has been involved in the design and creation of a faceted glass project for the Parkchester subway station in the Bronx NY.  The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has contracted William Low as designer and Erskin Mitchell Stained Glass (http://www.emitchellstainedglass.com) as fabricator. The project involves the Parkchester Station […]

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Hold the Mayo!

William Low has various paintings displayed at Houston’s Restaurants around the USA.  Right here in New York, Houston’s (Hillstone Restaurant Group) has several oil paintings in their Garden City location. Some of these paintings (but not all) were created exclusively for Houston’s. Houston’s Roosevelt Field Mall Garden City NY 11530 Let us know if you […]

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