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Odalisque, after Lord Leighton


are lightweight hollow-core wood doors prepared, for oil or pastel mediums.


The subjects range from Master copies to Portraits,
or any subject matter desired.


Sizes available are:

22" x 80"

24" x 80"

28" x 80"

30" x 80"

32" x 80"

36" x 80"


They can function as doors, however, most collectors display them as paintings framed or unframed.



Odalisque, after Lord Leighton,
Oil on wood, 36" x 80"

Isabella and the Basil Pot,
after John White Alexander,
Oil on wood, 36" x 80"

Beggars at the Door (after Rembrandt)
Milkmaid, after Vermeer.jpg
Twilight, after Bougereau.jpg

Beggars at the Door, after Rembrandt,
Charcoal & Pastel on wood, 32" x 80"

The Milkmaid, after Vermeer,
Oill on wood, 32" x 80"

Twilight, after Bougereau,
Oil on wood, 36" x 80"


Working as a Graphic Designer and illustrator,
I started my own graphic design firm on Madison Avenue in New York City.


I was part of the New York art scene for many years, first studying with Frank Reilly and then at the Art Students League in Manhattan.

I believe art should communicate, be it an idea or a feeling... making people aware of the beauty that surrounds them — from the everyday objects in a still life to the ever changing natural world and the expressiveness of the human form.


I seek artistic expression in a variety of mediums:
Oil, Pastel, Watercolor, Graphite, Pen & Ink, Etching, Scrimshaw and Fresco. Painting Portraits, Still Life
and Landscapes—I look beyond the surface to convey the true character of the subject’s individuality. My preference is to paint from life to capture the nuances and mood of my subject.





Professional Workshops and Study

Daniel E. Greene

Everett Raymond Kinstler

Albert Handell

Richard McKinley

Cheng Khee Chee

Barbara Nechis

Diane Maxey

Ben Long

Fine Arts League of the Carolinas


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Contact Information

Bill George

347 Depot Street

River Arts District

Asheville, NC  28801