Bill Buck has divided his career between the worlds of theatrical design and studio art. In the art studio he works primarily in oil and acrylic. He paints scenes of nature, sometimes distant and pastoral, and sometimes simple, immediate and sculptural. He is an experienced scenic and lighting designer, a scenic painter, mask maker and puppeteer. Much of his career has been spent working in theatre for young audiences. This diverse career in the performing arts often informs the choices he makes in the studio. Bill recently retired from James Madison University in Virginia and has also taught at the University of South Carolina and Mount Holyoke College. A graduate of Rowan University and the Yale School of Drama, he recently relocated to Newark, Delaware.
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