Bill Fletcher received his early training in art from a series of exceptional public school teachers. During that time he acquired the foundations for drawing, and conceived a lifetime love of art. As an adult, Bill studied and worked in the field of Toxicology while simultaneously pursuing his interests in drawing. He began painting in oils in 1996, studying with local artists and attending workshops.
Bill is a Kentucky artist gaining a national reputation for his landscapes and still lifes. His work has been featured in Southwest Art, International Artist, and Keeneland Magazine. He has a great love for the land, and enjoys helping others develop a positive relationship with their desire to create.