"Acrylic washes, drip painting, and a black bar of Minimalism creates a hormones dialog of paint between the straight hard edge and the naturalistic soft edge washes of line. This is a demonstration of color, line and shape. A melody of space, and depth as movement abounds. Revealing many of the deeper universal question of life. What is absolute in life? When the end comes, as it will no matter what one does. What is the meaning of it all? "It's about Time.""
- Bill Flowers
Prints are produced on demand on either mounted canvas, acrylic plexi, or giclee fine art paper in a variety of sizes here in the United States. High quality print reproductions for your home or office designed by artists living with homelessness or disabilities.
Creating artwork has always helped Bill feel a sense of belonging. Bill lives with disabilities and dyslexia. He started making art “as a child to get attention.” He continues, “I was good at it and would draw other students to get friends. It was one of the only things I was good at.”
Now, Bill says he paints because “it is a gift, a talent, and I am a natural at it.” He explains, "art helps me feel nothing. I get lost when I make art. Time goes away. Everything goes away and I get in the zone. Hours go by without a care."
Bill currently creates work at Common Art, a program in Boston that provides space, art materials, and support staff to homeless and low-income individuals.
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