BILL DUNLAP is an artist who divides his time between Western Maryland and New York City. His work has been shown extensively in galleries and museums across North America and Europe, including recent solo shows at the University of Maryland and at galleries in Boston, Denver, and San José. Recent group shows include galleries in London, New York, and Los Angeles. His work is included in several permanent collections, including the library collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art and recent acquisitions by the Universities of Wisconsin and Maryland. His work was recently featured in an exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and he is currently engaged in a large-scale ongoing commission from the University of Maryland to paint murals on barns across the state. He and his work have been featured widely in print, television, radio, and on many art blogs. He has also worked as an illustrator, and his images and cartoons have appeared in magazines and newspapers nationwide.
Robert Lange received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to Charleston, SC to open Robert Lange Studios, a fine art gallery representing 16 contemporary painters from around the country.
As a painter, he specializes in realist painting, particularly of people, emphasizing narrative moments. Through his work, he wishes to ignite a sense of joy with paintings that record the inspiring moments that abound. His most notable bodies of work Measure (2009) and Go (2010) were nationally recognized and internationally collected. Lange has been featured in numerous magazines, including the cover of American Art Collector and Art Magazine, and in New American Paintings.