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Michael Jackson by Bill Dunkley
American Bald Eagle by Bill Dunkley
Tasty Still Life by Bill Dunkley
The Art of Martinis by Bill Dunkley
Albert Einstein by Bill Dunkley
A Storm is Coming by Bill Dunkley
Winter Reflections by Bill Dunkley
Shania Twain by Bill Dunkley
First Responders by Bill Dunkley
Horses Running Wild by Bill Dunkley
Vintage Steam Train by Bill Dunkley
Relais Odeon Bistro - Paris by Bill Dunkley
Beauty in Motion by Bill Dunkley
Freddie Mercury by Bill Dunkley
Windmill in Haarlem by Bill Dunkley
Cars of James Bond by Bill Dunkley
Enjoy the Splash by Bill Dunkley
Captivating Face by Bill Dunkley
The Ultimate Escape by Bill Dunkley
Grand Haven Lighthouse by Bill Dunkley
Tiger Woods by Bill Dunkley
Cow in Pasture by Bill Dunkley
Tower of Berries by Bill Dunkley
Liam Neeson by Bill Dunkley
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About Bill Dunkley
I paint a variety subjects from Animals, Birds, Still Life and scenes of Nature from my home in Rocky Mount, Missouri. My paintings are done in acrylics in realistic detail. My framed Artwork is in many stores in the Lake of the Ozarks area. As of late I have also been doing commissions .
I studied art at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois. After which I was employed by Nobart, Inc., a Catalog Art Studio, where I was promoted to Creative Director.
In 1970 I started my own company named Dunkley Studios, Inc., a graphic arts studio and advertising agency, located in downtown Chicago. During those years, my largest account was Sears, where we produced many graphic arts projects. When Sears became 100 years old, I had the honor of illustrating a montage drawing symbolizing their gigantic growth. This illustration was printed, hand signed and numbered and was sold as a commemorative piece to all of its managers, coast to coast. I was also commissioned to do sketch portraits on that print of retiring executives of Sears. After retiring from my company, my wife, Geri, and I moved to Missouri.
In 2012, my paintings were accepted and published in the International Contemporary Artist Book, Vol IV.
Please check out my own personal website: artbydunkley.com . . . using bing as the search engine