Fine Art Prints by William Low

Fine Art Prints for sale - signed and color corrected by the artist.

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The U.S. Postal Service® has issued it’s 2013 holiday stamp the poinsettia in October 2013 and rest of series Winter Flowers 'First Day of Issue' Feb 14, 2014 William Low worked with art director Ethel Kessler to design these Forever® stamps.

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Machines Go to Work in the City

Machines Go To Work in the City written and illustrated by William Low - Henry Holt & Co. 2012. Available in Bookstores nationwide and online.

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The Last Days of Jesus - His Life and Times book cover. William Low is pleased to have worked on this adaption of Bill O’Reilly’s bestselling historical thriller Killing Jesus, with the publisher Henry Holt and Co.

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Who likes the day? Butterflies. Who likes the night? Owls. Daytime Nighttime is the latest picture book by William Low

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Process

People love to watch William paint, in oils, on canvas or digitally. This video gives you an idea on how William builds a painting.

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MTA Arts for Transit

Public Works project NYC: A faceted glass project for a subway station in the Bronx. The MTA contracted William Low as designer and Erskin Mitchell Stained Glass as fabricator.

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Time to get out of the studio – spring is here 0

Whenever I do a presentation for librarians, educators or students, the Q&A section is always fun. Two popular questions are: “Did you always know that you wanted to be an artist?” and “how did you get your start as a children’s books author/illustrator?” I will use these questions to frame the overall shape of my keynote …

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Posted on: 04-13-2015
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Painting at Norman Rockwell Museum 0

I’ll be in Stockbridge MA at the Norman Rockwell Museum painting in the shadow of Norman. Join us for a week 7/27/15 Monday, July 27 – Friday, July 31 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. *Limited enrollment; advance registration required. $230; $195 members. Call 413-931-2221   Registration info SUMMER ART INTENSIVE WORKSHOP: Painting Figures in an Environment …

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Posted on: 04-1-2015
Posted in: Appearances & Talks, What's New

Kutztown University Children’s Literature Conference-April 18, 2015 0

On April 18, 2015, I will be at Kutztown Children’s literature Conference giving a presentation to graphic design students at the University, autographing books and giving a keynote speech to all who attend.  The conference is a collaborative initiative involving Kutztown’s faculty and staff to provide current and future educators the opportunity to experience the work …

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Posted on: 03-23-2015
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“Life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans” – JL 0

my response to a former student’s Facebook post about career, college and life:

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Posted on: 02-8-2015
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Happy Birthday to me-by William Low 0

January 13, 2015   Yesterday I celebrated my 56th birthday. Since I am not teaching now and I do not have any pressing deadlines, I wasn’t sure how I wanted to spend my day. Maybe I can paint a self-portrait? Why I haven’t done one of those in years, and it would be fun for …

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Posted on: 01-29-2015
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My life at F.I.T. NYC – by Associate Professor William Low 0

Wacom Inc. came by the school to see the new Cintiq lab at F.I.T. in Manhattan and interview myself and several staff and administrators.   Intrigued?  Take a look at fitnyc.edu or better yet – fill out an application next year!

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Posted on: 01-5-2015
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“Bring Your Own Book” with William Low and Pat Giles 0

The Huntington Arts Council is proud to present “Bring Your Own Book” portfolio & Networking event with Pat Giles and William Low. Date of the event is Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 7-9 pm. William Low will be there – illustrator, painter, author and professor at F.I.T. in NYC and Pat Giles – veteran of TV …

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Posted on: 11-17-2014
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Talk and slide show at Children’s Librarians Association of Suffolk County in Stony Brook NY 0

On Thursday, April 24th I will attend this dinner and give a talk to the best supporters of children’s literature – Children’s librarians in Suffolk County NY.  Also, for attendees – CLASC and I have a special surprise available.  Special thanks to my friends at Huntington Public Library for all their help with getting me …

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Posted on: 02-22-2014
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The Last Days of Jesus – His Life and Times by Bill O’Reilly; with illustrations by William Low 0

“Two thousand years ago, Jesus walked across Galilee; everywhere he traveled he gained followers. His contemporaries are familiar historical figures: Julius Caesar, Caesar Augustus, Herod the Great, Pontius Pilate. It was an era of oppression, when every man, woman, and child answered to the brutal rule of Rome. In this world, Jesus lived, and in …

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Posted on: 02-22-2014
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Meet William Low author of “CHINATOWN” by gochinatownusa.com 0

Thanks to gochinatownusa.com for this fun piece about me and my book Chinatown. This mention is especially wonderful, as tomorrow begins the Lunar New Year of the Horse! Chinatown has been in publication since 1997.  Safe to say it’s my longest running book!   Read the article here

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Posted on: 01-30-2014
Posted in: What's New
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