William “Bill” Peck – Acrylic Painting

Acrylic painting

William Peck (American, Kent Ohio – 20th Century)



Acrylic on canvas

Signed & Dated – Lower Right (PECK _ ’13)

19½” x 31½” sight size

25″ x 36¾” framed size


Bill Peck lives and paints in Kent, Ohio.  His work follows two distinct paths, realistic landscape paintings and tightly controlled colored pencil drawings on plaster-like surfaces which are often three-dimensional. For Bill, neither path takes dominance but each contributes to the development of the other. Color, surface variation, illusion and texture keep the work exciting.

A retired art teacher from Parma Senior High School for 32 years, he continues to be involved in art education and art production. Bill is a member of Group Ten Gallery, an artist cooperative in Kent, Ohio, and currently serves as a docent at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Bill’s work has been included in numerous juried exhibitions including Summit Art Space, Kent Downtown Gallery, and Lakeland Community College.