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Regarding Bill Glass


“Bill’s photographs have been described as stunning, breathtaking, surreal, and timeless for good reason. Each image tells a unique story as he invites the viewer to see an amazing world through his artistic eye.”


- Lorenzo Blanchet, Gallery Curator

"The photographs of Mr. Glass are sold exclusively to private collectors and his images are represented in some of the premier contemporary collections. "

- Emery L Brannick, Fine and Rare Art Collector


"His award winning work is well known, highly collectible, and displayed at many quality art exhibits and galleries."


- Robert Everding, Exhibition Coordinator

Bill Glass is an American visual artist and a member of Master Photographers International. Bill specializes in artistic photography and acrylic landscaping painting. A multi-award winning artist and educator, he studied painting, composition, and color theory with a number of internationally recognized artists including Sewell Sillman and Norman Ives of Yale University and The Silvermine College of Art, and the legendary colorist Josef Albers of The Bauhaus, Germany and Yale University. His primary artistic interest involves the impact of color, light, and composition to support the ability of an image to tell a story.


Bill was a founding member of ArtPlace - an artist’s cooperative and gallery in Southport, CT. He was also a member of Artists 12, an artist’s cooperative studio space, where he had his first large-loft painting studio.

Bill holds six university degrees including degrees in Fine Arts and Art Education and also a Doctorate from Columbia University where he was named a Kappa Scholar for academic excellence. He has lectured and taught at Yale University, the University of Connecticut, Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University, the University of Bridgeport, and Western CT State University.


Bill is also a musician, a target archer, a former Tristate Black Belt Grand Champion for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, and an avid Japanese gardener.