Bill Shattuck is self taught in drawing and painting. After college, while living in NYC and working at various jobs, Bill took some classes at The Art Students League and The School for Visual Arts, availing himself of new experiences in sculpture and print making. For several years, Bill worked as a freelance illustrator for newspapers and music companies, and held a job for a number of years doing commercial artwork for an advertising firm on Madison Avenue. Bill's Illustration experience sparked an appreciation for "the narrative" and the power of the visual image. Much of his work references the pastoral surroundings of his Dartmouth, MA home.
Bill is featured in numerous corporate, institutional and private collections including The Decordova Museum, The Wiggins Gallery, and the permanent print and drawing collection of The Boston Public Library.
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