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SIERRA SUN TIMES - SIERRA ART TRAILS TO FEATURE ARTIST TROWZERS AKIMBO
I've discovered over the years (I've considered myself an artist since the age of 5 or 6), that I appear to have an abnormal interest in all visual art forms and visual mediums. I used to believe all artists shared this "across the board" interest with me, but have learned that most, instead, prefer to focus on a subset. This means I enjoy studying the latest wall of new graffiti in my neighborhood as much as spending time with Monets or Picassos.
My wide interest span led to my working with oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, film, ...
SIERRA NEWS ONLINE - TROWZERS AKIMBO: MULTIPLE POINT PERSPECTIVE
When artist Trowzers Akimbo (AKA, Bill Davis) isn't painting on location in Yosemite National Park or the surrounding area, he works out of his home studio in Oakhurst.
Originally drawn to the mountains from Los Angeles in 1989 to accept the position of Chief Creative Officer/Vice President of Development at Oakhurst computer game company Sierra Online, he's maintained a residence in the Sierras ever since. While work may have required living in San Francisco or Los Angeles over the years, he and Betty Tikker Davis...
SIERRA STAR, Oakhurst, CA - SATURDAY'S RECEPTION TO PROVIDE PREVIEW TO ART EVENT
The public is invited to a reception and preview of art to be featured on this year's Sierra Art Trails, 4-9 p.m., this Saturday at Stellar Gallery, 40982 Highway 41, Oakhurst.
Representative work of the 100 plus artists featured in this year's Art Trails will be on display to help viewers decide which artists they want to visit during this year's show, which will run Oct. 3-5, Art Trails President Jon Bock said.
Student artists will receive awards during the reception. Hannah and Corey (CJ) Carlson, home school students; Camille and Kaitlyn Fisher, Oakhurst Elementary School students; Peter McLean, a Yosemite High School student...
CBS47 NEWSCAST, FRESNO, CA - ARTISTS UNITE
News story covering the opening on July 5, 2012 of the Invitational to Benefit the Mariposa County Arts Council. A fire in May completely destroyed the Mariposa County Arts Council's gallery and all the artworks housed within.
Proceeds from the fund raising event are to help offset costs from losses suffered in the fire.
Trowzers submitted "Judy in Her Brandnewleopardskinpillboxhat" to the fund raiser.
If you watch carefully, you can spot the piece, identified by a newscast banner overlay.