Architecture 2 Art

Bill’s artwork is printed on canvas or on fine art paper using a printing process called giclee (pronounced “zhee-clay”) This printing process allows colored inks to blend together making a fine art reproduction from a digital source. The finished product has full bodied, vivid colors and accurate details.


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    France (17)

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  • Wigwam Point – Wall Art

    $ 53.00$ 299.00

    In this stylized scene, one of the oldest Lighthouses in the United States, the Annisquam Harbor Light Station, formerly known as Wigwam Point, stands guard over the rocks in Gloucester, Massachusetts as it has for over one hundred years.

  • Lobster Shack – Wall Art

    $ 33.00$ 205.00

    Architecture becomes Art in even the most humble buildings like this lobster shack at Bearskin Neck in Rockport, Massachusetts. The roof planes, the colors, and the colonnade of pilings convey a harmony between activity and tranquility.

  • Charleston Flower Box – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    A divided-lite window, framed by grey-on-grey shutters on a stucco wall, dappled in shadows from majestic live oaks, reflect the serene elegance of Charleston, South Carolina.

  • Bearskin Neck – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    A red lobster shack punctuates the composition in this harbor scene at Bearskin Neck in Rockport, MA.

  • Riga Square – Wall Art

    $ 19.00$ 168.00

    Late afternoon sun highlights the fanciful and colorful roof shapes surrounding Dome Square, the largest square in Old Town Riga, Latvia.

  • Riga Church – Wall Art

    $ 33.00$ 205.00

    Built in 1761, the Virgin of Anguish Roman Catholic Church anchors a small urban square in Old Town Riga, Latvia.

  • Venice Canal – Wall Art

    $ 53.00$ 299.00

    Sunlight slices into a colorful Venetian canal, creating a scene that expresses the art that is Venice, Italy. The movement of the water, the colors of the boats and buildings, and the vertical geometry compose and bring energy to the scene.

  • Venetian Green Shutters – Wall Art

    $ 33.00$ 205.00

    The late afternoon sun casts dramatic shadows across the ochre stucco and traditional dark green shutters of a house in Venice, Italy.

  • Verde Porta Italiana – Wall Art

    $ 45.00$ 126.00

    A simple green door to a modest dwelling waits enchantingly around a corner on a curving street in Sienna, Italy.

  • Bridge Burano – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 196.00

    A delicate pedestrian bridge spans a canal in colorful Burano, Italy. Situated in the same lagoon as Venice, the fishing village of Burano is distinctive for it fanciful colored houses. Legend has it the houses were painted this way to help Burano fishermen find the right house when returning on foggy nights.

  • Burano Canal – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    The brilliant colors of house fronts on the small island group of Burano have made it a favorite subject for artists. Located near Venice, Italy, Burano resembles its more famous lagoon neighbor in that it is built on four islands divided by canals and linked by pedestrian bridges.

  • Bermante Staircase – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    One of the Vatican’s main architectural gems, the Bramante Staircase spirals upward in geometric grace. Built in 1505 and designed by architect Donato Bramante for Pope Julius II, the staircase is actually a “Heli ramp” which enabled the pope to reach the papal apartment by means of his horse-drawn carriage. Pope Julius II commissioned several famous works of art for the Vatican, including hiring Michelangelo to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

  • Mont St Michel Spire – Wall Art

    $ 53.00$ 132.00

    A stylized portrayal of the spire crowning the Church at Mont Saint-Michel expresses the symbolic reach toward the heavens the builders of the iconic structure had intended.

  • Mont St. Michel Rooftops – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    As if perched in an eagle’s nest, visitors to the Church and Abbey at the top of the mountain island of Mont Saint-Michel view down through an irregular geometry of rooftops toward the sea and fields beyond.

  • Mont St. Michel Abbey – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    Built upon a stony island promontory off the coast of Normandy France, Mont Saint-Michel is both remote and beckoning.  Originally only reachable across a neck of sand at low tide, the village winds up the mountain to When you arrive, you enter a walled village whose winding road leads up to the Church at the apex.

  • Mont St. Michel Garden Cloister – Wall Art

    $ 32.00$ 237.00

    Within the isolated island monastery off the coast of France, walled garden cloister offer an oasis of peace and serenity for spiritual reflection and meditation.  Located off the Normandy Coast, France.

  • Loches Countryside – Wall Art

    $ 53.00$ 299.00

    Early morning sun, filtered through broken clouds, highlights the simple geometry of a farm building near Loches, France. As counterpoint to the serenity of the scene, the lines of the building and country lane add movement, pulling the eye toward the rolling, manicured fields of the Loire Valley, giving the image motion, character, and depth.

  • Entering Loches – Wall Art

    $ 33.00$ 205.00

    For protection from invasion, medieval towns were surrounded by massive stone walls. In Old Loches, the city where Joan of Arc met the King of France, this fortified entry gate marks the demarcation between Middle Ages danger and safety.

  • Chenonceau Garden – Wall Art

    $ 63.00$ 196.00

    Competing gardens flank the Chateau Chenonceau, in the Loire Valley, France.  Diane de Poiters, mistress to King Henry II, designed and ordered the planting of this garden. As if in response, Catherine De Medici created an opposing garden on the opposite side of the chateau when she became Queen of France upon the death of her husband, King Henry II.

  • Chenonceau Tower – Wall Art

    $ 63.00$ 299.00

    The Marques Tower dominates the entry to the Chateau Chenonceau in France’s famous Loire Valley. The massive tower frames an asymmetrical composition to this five-century old castle.

  • Chenonceau Allee – Wall Art

    $ 32.00$ 205.00

    Architecture does not stop at the building’s walls. The land and trees often become architectural elements. The allee leading to Chateau Chenonceau in the Loire Valley, France forms a critical piece of the entrance and arrival experience for the kings, queens, and mistresses who lived in and visited this elegant chateau over the River Cher during the 16th and 17th centuries.

  • Chartres Stone Carvings – Wall Art

    $ 33.00$ 205.00

    Delicate and intricate stone carvings echoing the elaborate traceries that frame stained glass clerestory and rose windows adorn Chartres Cathedral at almost every opportunity. An ongoing methodical process of cleaning and renovating the Cathedral’s interior is revealing a beauty that has been hidden under candle soot and dirt for centuries.

  • Chartres Buttress and Clerestory Windows – Wall Art

    $ 46.00$ 299.00

    Flying buttresses at Chartres Cathedral, in France were a Gothic Period structural innovation that allowed builders to punctuate massive stone exterior walls with large openings while maintaining the strength needed to support the roof structure. New art opportunities were created for elaborate stained glass windows that flood the cathedral interior with natural light.

  • Cathedral at Bayeux – Wall Art

    $ 53.00$ 299.00

    The French twilight frames the spire of Notre Dame Cathedral in Old Bayeux.  This Gothic-Romanesque cathedral had been the home of the 230-foot long historic Bayeux Tapestry, famous for its intricate depiction of William the Conqueror and the Norman Conquest of England. It was commissioned and sewn shortly after the conquest, nearly a thousand years ago.