Will Bullas has such a unique twist to art that it seems the captions be just a humorous as the art he paints. With the encouragement of his wife, Claudia, he then quit his printing press job — reproducing the work of other artists — and concentrated on his own art. That was the beginning of a yearlong voyage across the Midwest and Southwest, where Bullas sold his work to many appreciative art lovers.
The couple settled in Carmel, California, where Will's exclusive relationship with galleries resulted in a growing group of dedicated, enthusiastic collectors. Will Bullas' work now graces a wide range of popular products, including high fashion t-shirts, note cards, coffee mugs and even 100% silk neckwear. The vision of Will Bullas has taken on further dimension as works of art in porcelain from the Greenwich Workshop Collection.
Will Bullas awards include the Strathmore Award at the 1981 Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition, the William G. Morrison Award from the Adirondacks Exhibition of American Watercolors, the First Place Award at the 1990 Signature Membership Exhibition of the National Watercolor Society and the California Watercolor Association's 1997 Silver Medal. Will Bullas is a proud member of the American Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society and the Knickerbocker Artists of New York. In 2002, Will was awarded the prestigious Dagmar Tribble Memorial Award by the American Watercolor Society.
Will Bullas makes fine art fun. This master of one-liners combines award winning artistic skills with a hilarious point of view, creating a refreshing and unexpected new way to enjoy fine art.
For the past 40 years, he has been making believers of collectors and critics alike. So prepare yourself for antic artistry. You're about to meet disguised ducks, porcine gunslingers, and other riotous wildlife for a most delightful trip through the amazing brain and artist brilliance of Will Bullas.