William Low Curriculum Vitae

William Low Artist, Curriculum Vitae Education MA, Syracuse University, 2005 BFA, Parsons School of Design, 1981 New York City High School of Art & Design   Teaching Positions & Institutions Fashion Institute of Technology/Illustration, Professor 2020 Fashion Institute of Technology/Illustration, Associate Professor 2012-2019 Fashion Institute of Technology/Illustration, Assistant Professor 2006-2012 Fashion Institute of Technology/Illustration, Adjunct […]

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William Low at the Heckscher Museum’s 2020 Biennial

I am please to announce that 3 of my paintings from the Barnegat Light series are are view at the The Heckscher Museum of Art’s 2020 Biennial. The Long Island Biennial is a juried exhibition that fosters deeper connections between contemporary artists from Nassau and Suffolk Counties and the communities in which they live and […]

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There’s No School Like the Old School

Starting Out My art education can be broken down into two separate and distinct phases. As a student in New York City’s High School of Art and Design, I developed my skills in drawing and painting. Max Ginsburg and Irwin Greenberg taught me how to paint portraits in the tradition of Rembrandt, Velasquez and John […]

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William Low – The Artist in Development

  William Low Artist If you were to observe William Low as he walks down a crowded Manhattan street, you would never suspect him of being a native New Yorker. In fact, he was born in the Bronx, in the back seat of a taxicab, but you would guess that he is a tourist. His […]

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Parkchester subway station murals open to public

Bronx, NY: The ParkChester subway station (#6 Line) is fully accessible to the Public. William Low  has designed two murals for the interior of the Parkchester subway station for the Metropolitan Transit Authority.  The two 11’ by 11’ foot high murals depicted morning and evening in the Parkchester neighborhood.  William Low drew inspiration from the […]

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