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Lived/Active: New Mexico/Wyoming      Known for: super-real still life painting

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The following information was submitted by Stephanie Reeves:

William Shepherd was born in 1943 in Casper, Wyoming..  He received his BA and MFA from the University of Wyoming.  Shepherd exhibits his paintings throughout the United States, and his work is held in international collections.  His work is included in the collections of the St. Louis Art Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Hirshhorn Collection in Washington, DC, and the University of Wyoming Art Museum in Laramie, Wyoming, among other collections.

Fifth Special Juror's Prize Washington Jefferson National Painting Show, Washington, PA    
Honorable Mention, 18th Nat'l Sun Carnival El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX    
   
Selected Exhibitions   
1996  J. Cacciola Galleries NYC   
1994  "William Shepherd/Tom Berg", J. Cacciola Galleries NYC   
1993  "Tom Palmore/William Shepherd/Rudy Fernandez", J. Cacciola Galleries NYC   
1990 - 1992  "The Art Collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Keith Lapham Brown", American Embassy Residence Copenhagen, Denmark   
1992  "Small Paintings, A Group Exhibition", J. Cacciola Galleries NYC   
1991  The Hubbard Museum Invitational, The Hubbard Museum Ruidoso, NM   
1991  "Events About a Rectangle", Cedar Rapids Museum of Art Cedar Rapids, IA   
1991  Eiteljog Museum of American Indian and Western Art Indianapolis, IN   
1990  Wade Wilson Gallery, Inc. Chicago, IL   
1990  "New Art of the West", Eiteljorg Museum Indianapolis, IN   
1988  "Realism Now", Judy Youens Gallery Houston, TX   
1988  "The Face of the Land", Southern Alleghanies Museum of Art Loretto, PA   
1987  "Boundless Realism: Contemporary Landscape Painting of the West", The Rockwell Museum Corning, NY   
1986  "Bill Shepherd/Paintings", Gerald Peters Gallery Dallas, TX   
1986  "Bill Shepherd/Paintings", Amarillo Art Center Amarillo, TX   
1986  Cadme Gallery Philadelphia, PA   
1984  Davis-McClain Galleries Houston, TX   
1982  "Waterworks", Davis-McClain Galleries Houston, TX   
1980  "Waterworks", Munson Gallery Santa Fe, NM   
1979  "Bill Shepherd", West Broadway Art Gallery NYC


This biography from the Archives of AskART:
William Shepherd grew up in Wyoming exploring the outdoors and drawing. He did not receive any formal art training until he returned from Vietnam having served in the US Navy. He attended the University of Wyoming and studied art.

In 1980 Shepherd moved to New Mexico. He began his career painting realistic landscapes yet after twenty years he moved into an almost pure abstract style. Eventually Shepherd felt again drawn to realism though he struggled to find the right subject. While traveling to Mexico the artist collected souvenirs and crafts which he eventually began to paint in super realistic still lifes.

Source: Southwest Art, March 2003

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