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William (Bill) Louis

Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM) teaching artist.

William M. Louis or Bill is the Artist behind BiltsLouisArt. Bill was born on the is- land of Fiji, and has lived in different cities including San Francisco, Salt Lake City and Seattle. Many of these cities have influenced his art.
Bill’s influences range from West Coast Graffiti art to classical artists such as Sal- vador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin. Bill is a member of P.E.A.U. (Pasifika Enriching Arts of Utah) a P.I.K.2.A.R. group. Bill specializes in a variety of forms of art including, acrylic and oil paints, watercolor, ink, aerosol, sculpture, music production and digital graphic arts.
Bill has had a passion for art since he was a young kid in grade school. He has studied the subject at the University of Nevada – Reno as well as Salt Lake Com- munity College. Some of his latest work comprises of a combination of his Poly- nesian culture, graffiti and family.  Bill hopes that his art can influence others to use  their creative side and to utilize their talents to  inspire  individuals  of all walks of life. Art can be very therapeutic and can help heal people in various ways. Bill would like to help create a pathway for merging Polynesian artists as well as any artists to pursue their passions of Art and to make a difference in their communities.
Bill offers learners the inspiration, energy, positivity and motivation to succeed in their passions. He wants people to find a variety of ways to express themselves through all kinds of mediu

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