An exhibit of 98 paintings and assemblages spanning five decade by South Florida artist William Bock. Featured in this comprehensive exhibit are early landscapes, depictions of Florida’s flora, fauna and marine life and pieces from Bock’s latest Cuba series.
About the Artist:
A dedication to understanding his subject and medium permeate the artwork of William Bock.
Born in Chicago in 1958, William Bradford Bock studied at Indiana University where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree. He received his Masters of Fine Arts at the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore in 1987. Following graduation, he apprenticed at the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture in Princeton, NJ. In 1994, Bock moved to South Florida to surround himself with the landscape that inspires his work. Bock, descended from a long line of artists, has exhibited extensively throughout the US and has participated in several museum exhibition. He has won numerous awards for his painting and his work is included in many prestigious public and private collections including, Allstate, AT&T Corp., Bristol Myers Squibb, Merrill Lynch, The National Save The Sea Turtle Foundation, The Asbury Family Collection, the US Embassy (Bahamas), and the IGFA Museum. For more information about Bock and his work see WmBockFineArt.com.