William H. Webb, Available Artwork

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Canola in Bloom
William H. Webb
Oil on Canvas (30x60 in) 2015
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Blue Bridge
William H. Webb
Oil on Canvas (24x36 in) 2015
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Road Shadows
William H. Webb
Acrylic (16x12 in) 2015
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Streaming Light
William H. Webb
Acrylic (16x12 in) 2015
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Country Lane with Tree Shadows
William H. Webb
Acrylic (24x20 in) 2015
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Golden Glow
William H. Webb
Acrylic (28x22 in) 2015
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Autumn Country Lane
William H. Webb
Acrylic (10x40 in) 2014
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Spring Fenceline
William H. Webb
Acrylic on canvas (30x24 in) 2014
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Autumn Lane
William H. Webb
acrylic on canvas (12x60 in) 2013
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Autumn Carpet
William H. Webb
acrylic on canvas (40x60 in) 2013
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William H. Webb

William H. Webb was born and raised in England. In the early part of his career, he studied to become a teacher, at the Padgate College of Education, University of Manchester from 1960 to 1963, where he was an art major, specializing in painting, sculpture and printmaking. During this period Webb participated in group exhibitions at the Avgarde Gallery in Manchester and was chosen to enter his works in the Northern Colleges Exhibition in 1963.

Webb later took position as an art teacher in Birmingham and Newton-le-Willows. In 1968, he emigrated to Canada, teaching art in Fort McMurray and Castor, Alberta before commencing a new position in educational administration. In 1985, he was promoted to the position of Superintendent and Chief Executive Officer of the Wainwright School Division until 1990, after reaching the pinnacle of his career in education, he retired early to devote his time to becoming a professional artist.

One of Webb’s larger works, entitled “Alberta Evening, The Battle River Valley” was accepted into the Official State Collection of Canada. It was declared as having “outstanding significance and national importance” by the Canadian Government Cultural Property Export Review Board. This painting is now hanging in the Parliament building, Rideau Hall, in Ottawa.

Links

Bill Webb: A Solo Artist Creating Picture Perfect Artwork
Alberta artist Bill Webb’s unusual journey to success, October 2014 article by Megan Trudeau in Avenue