The solo exhibition for gallery artist William McLure opened up at the Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery on February 7th and will run trough March 7th. McLure’s work is instantly recognizable both for its style (realism and abstract) and neutral color palettes. You’ll also notice the use of line and shape in McLure’s pieces.
About the Artist
William Rankin McLure IV, a Louisiana native, has been creative since he was a young child and has been honing his God-given flare for art and design ever since. He graduated from The Southern Institute of Design, where he was active in the American Society of Interior Designers as a student.
William’s work, a array of styles ranging from realism, to drawings, figure and abstracts, has garnered the attention of high-end designers and publications including Mark D. Sikes, Lonny Magazine, Domino Magazine and Southern Living.
The next exhibition coming to the Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery is titled, ‘Olly Olly Oxen Free’ and will debut on Thursday, March 14th.