Saturday
Oct272018

Work in Progress . . .

William Van Doren, Oil on canvas, 20x24.

I posted this in late June as a finished painting, with a title, but I’m still working on it! Will be posting the completed work soon ...

Friday
Jun292018

Cosmosis

William Van Doren, COSMOSIS. Oil on canvas, 30x40, 2018.

Friday
Jun292018

Improviso – painting to benefit the Democratic Party in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District

William Van Doren, IMPROVISO. Oil on panel, 6x6, 2018.I contributed several paintings to the “Liberal Arts” exhibition in Culpeper, Virginia, to benefit the Democratic candidate Abigail Spanberger in the 7th Congressional District. More than 50 6x6" paintings were contributed by area artists. 

Friday
Jun292018

50-State Strategy – painting to benefit Democratic candidates in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District

William Van Doren, 50-STATE STRATEGY. Oil on Arches paper, 6x6, 2018.I contributed several paintings to the “Liberal Arts” exhibition in Culpeper, Virginia, to benefit the Democratic candidate Abigail Spanberger in the 7th Congressional District. More than 50 6x6" paintings were contributed by area artists. 

Private collection, Titusville, New Jersey.

Friday
Jun292018

Alchemy 101 – painting to benefit the Democratic Party in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District

William Van Doren, ALCHEMY 101. Oil on panel, 6x6, 2018.

I contributed several paintings to the “Liberal Arts” exhibition in Culpeper, Virginia, to benefit the Democratic candidate Abigail Spanberger in the 7th Congressional District. More than 50 6x6" paintings were contributed by area artists. 

Private collection, Freeport, Illinois.

Friday
Jun292018

The Works - one of several small paintings to benefit the Democratic Party in Virginia's 7th Congressional District

William Van Doren, THE WORKS. Oil on Arches paper, 6x6, 2018.

I contributed several paintings to the “Liberal Arts” exhibition in Culpeper, Virginia, to benefit the Democratic candidate Abigail Spanberger in the 7th Congressional District. More than 50 6x6" paintings were contributed by area artists.