William Waitzman is a printmaker, painter, and illustrator. William strives to reflect some essence of nature in a medium that is more commonly associated with t-shirts or Pop Art. He enjoys the challenge of transcending the inherent flatness of silkscreen to create a painterly image. As an illustrator, William's work has appeared in many publications over the past 25+ years, including The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Barron's.
Learn more about Bill's art at williamwaitzmanprints.com
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Harness sunlight to create dreamlike botanical images in rich blues. William Waitzman, whose artwork has been published in The New Yorker and The New York Times, will guide you through the hands-on process of making cyanotype photograms, one of the oldest forms of photography and one that doesn't us more...