Primarily a painter of land, water, and sky, Bill started sketching and painting in the mid-1980s. His work has evolved from experimental abstract scenes created in watercolor and acrylic to representational oil landscapes, seascapes, and skyscapes. "The process of creating each piece has always brought me complete satisfaction," he says. "From the initial quick sketch of the scene to the fully developed piece, it provides happiness and enjoyment to me and to the observer. I am drawn to the simplicity of the shapes and the radiance of objects I see."
Bill's work resides in regional, national, and international locations. He shows his work at various venues throughout the year, including galleries and wineries and the permanent collection at Sutter Hospital in Santa Rosa, California.