Painter & Illustrator
William Low has been working professionally as an award winning painter and illustrator for over 30 years. He has produced paintings and illustrations for corporations, Advertising agencies, publishing houses and galleries. Clients include LL Bean, Eddie Bauer, the United States Postal Service, Guideposts Magazine, Henry Holt & Company, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in NYC, Candlewick Press and Philomel Books. Many of his original paintings are on permanent view at various Houston’s Restaurants around the country.
In 2011, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority completed the installation of two stained glass murals in the elevated Parkchester Station in the Bronx, NY. The panels, A Day In Parkchester were designed by William Low and fabricated by Erskin Mitchell Stained Glass.
William has illustrated over a dozen picture books and authored four: Chinatown, Old Penn Station, a children’s picture book on the history of one of New York City’s most infamous buildings, Machines Go to Work and its sequel Machines Go to Work in the City .
For over 25 years, William has been teaching painting and illustration. As an educator, he has taught at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, and has conducted lectures and seminars at the Ringling School of Art, Syracuse University, Maryland Institute College of Art, New Jersey City University, the Society of Illustrators and the Norman Rockwell Museum. He gives presentations nationally, discussing his career in illustration and demonstrating his innovative digital painting technique. He is currently a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City in the undergraduate program.
WEB site : http://www.williamlow.com
L.L.Bean, Eddie Bauer, the United States Postal Service, Guideposts Magazine, Henry Holt & Company, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in NYC, Candlewick Press, Philomel Books