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Bill Mayer
Bill Mayer is a graduate of Ringling College of Art in Sarasota, Florida, where he met and married his wife Lee the day before graduation in 1972. Bill worked as an Illustrator for several local studios in Decatur, Georgia before starting his own Illustration Studio in 1978. A renowned illustrator of exceptional talent and... more >

Pretty Things
A collection of Flowers and Rainbows and Pretty Colors. Some gouache paintings a bit less somber than usual.
(7 items)
BLAB Show 9 Prints
Prints from the series of gouache paintings featured at the Ninth Annual Blab! Show. Prints come at original size, 6.5" x 6.5", with a half inch border.
(5 items)
Strange Dreams; Gouache Paintings
Prints of A new series of paintings based on dream-like visions that are meant to share emotional content. I have always been fascinated with dark dream-visuals that sometimes seep into your subconscious, and in this series of paintings, I tried to put those strange dreams down on paper. The paintings are all done in gouache on watercolor paper, and finished in Photoshop. They’re an ongoing experiment with medium and composition and the potent nature of dreams. The ideas come fairly organically, sometimes they're thought out in my head before I start, sometimes they change as I am working on them... Square paintings are 11x11", while non-squares are kept at 10" Wide, and vary in height. A One-Inch White border is standard. Black border/cut-to-size/custom sizes available upon request.
(17 items)
A collection of Frog illustrations I have done over the years. Many for the always-fabulous Dellas Graphics Frog Calendar.
(14 items)
Demented Little Beasties
A series of paintings I have been working on the past couple years.. I wanted to capture the classical, victorian style in a new, thoughtful way. Square paintings are 12x12", while non-squares are kept at 12" High, and vary in width (most are 13, some are 14''. A One-Inch White border is standard. Black border/cut-to-size/custom sizes available upon request.
(7 items)
General Orders No. 9
(See the entire series and purchase prints at GENERAL ORDERS NO. 9 ) A Series of charcoal studies done for General Orders No. 9, An independant film about the transition from indian trails to country roads to highways. All available through the films website,
(4 items)
Bill Mayer