William Jachwak is active/lives in Pennsylvania. William Jachwak is known for impressionist winter landscape painting.
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The following biographical information was provided September 2005 by Patrick Terenchin, friend of the artist:
Born in Philadelphia, 1954, William Jachwak is a Pennsylvania
Impressionist, who resides in Franconia Township. Active in the Eastern
Pennsylvania, he is a plein-air painter focused on landscape painting,
particularly in the Bucks County area.
Mostly self-taught, he studied for two years with artist, Ray
Overpeck. Influences include Daniel Garber and members of the
Bucks County school of impressionism.
Jachwak first gained attention, and is still best known, for his luminous winter landscapes.