William Suys



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William Suys Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Lee to Port by William Suys
Oil 12 x 16
 
 

 
William Suys Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Introspection by William Suys
 
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Jose Pardo 5 months ago
Great Job on several levels!

 
William Suys Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Plaza Night Timbre by William Suys
Oil 12 x 24
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Morning at the Pond by William Suys
Oil 11 x 14
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Town Club Afternoon by William Suys
Oil 24 x 30
 
Collection: The Cherokee Club - Atlanta, GA
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
Henry by William Suys
12 x 16
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
11 months ago 
The SIlent Search for Freedom by William Suys
Oil 24 x 12
 
Plein Air- Olmsted Invitational 2018
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
11 months ago 
Old Friends by William Suys
Oil 16 x 12
 
Winner Matisse Award of Excellence Plein Air- Olmsted Invitational 2018
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
11 months ago 
Spring Showers-Cartersville by William Suys
Oil 16 x 20
 
 

 
William Suys Posted Artwork 
11 months ago 
Returning to Earth by William Suys
8 x 10
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
11 months ago 
Frontier Artist - Fort Concho by William Suys
Oil 20 x 18
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Town Club Afternoon by William Suys
Oil 18 x 24
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Buffalo Soldier-Fort Concho by William Suys
Oil 16 x 12
 
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Karin Cohen 15 months ago
Incredibly beautiful...incredible skin tones and reflections!
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
The Gathering 8x10 by William Suys
Oil x 8
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Sugar Knoll 10x20 by William Suys
Oil 10 x 20
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Cascade 12x9 by William Suys
Oil 12 x 9
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Maynard Dixon wall 2017 by William Suys
Oil
 
Bill's 'wall' at the 2017 Maynard Dixon Country Campout invitational. The 2017 event took place during the Brian Head forest fire near Mt. Carmel, Utah; you can see the smokey effect in all of these pieces
 

 
William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Demonstrating at Maynard Dixon Campout by William Suys
Oil
 
Demonstration at 2017 Maynard Dixon Country Campout Invitational
 

 
William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
On-site at Head Of The River Ranch by William Suys
Oil
 
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William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Apfelbach's Cove 9x12 by William Suys
Oil 9 x 12
 
 

 
William Suys Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Martins' Harbor 14x18 by William Suys
Oil 14 x 18
 
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Representation


Dabbert Gallery
Sarasota, FL - 941-955-1315

Edgewood Orchard Gallery
Fish Creek, WI - (920) 868-3579

Eisele Gallery of Fine Art
Cincinnati, OH - 513-791-7717

Rehs Galleries, Inc.
New York, NY - 212-355-5710

Worrell Gallery
Santa Fe, NM - (505) 989-4900



Biography
Representational oil painter Bill Suys especially loves bringing life to ‘people and other animals’ and is known for his sensitive treatment of both. Suys’s ready appreciation for the nuanced personalities of individuals – both human and otherwise – has brought him inspiration as well as recognition, and his passion for lifelong learning keeps him devoted to building a body of work that will, in his words, “Stand the test of time.”
 
Bill drew constantly as a kid, covering all paper surfaces and grade school test margins with airplanes and helicopters. He once escaped an expected scolding when the nun instead tapped his 'art'- covered notebook and whispered, "Keep that up!"  He has.
 
Though painting nights and weekends as long as he can remember and taking his classical art education into his own hands after college (Suys wishes he'd known about the atelier system when he was attending the University of Minnesota; art majors in those days received scant classical training) Bill did temporarily veer away from formal art employment by leaving the S.C. Johnson Wax art department – his first job after college and a coup at the time he was hired – by transitioning to 'Corporate' and finishing a second degree in business management, with graduate work in Finance. Suys admits to wearing wingtips for a number of years and credits 'JWax' and its relentless quest for excellence with teaching him the importance of quality and the value of providing an outstanding product.
 
In 1995, Bill left corporate life to become a full-time painter but almost immediately found himself a single parent to his three children, giving him a priceless role but delaying his fulltime dedication to painting and art career-building until the kids had fledged. In 2008, after his youngest was safely tucked into her dorm room at college, Bill hit the road [...]

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