A native of South Carolina, William McCullough studied at the National Academy of Art and Design in New York City. His mentors include Daniel Greene, Eric Eisenberger, John Koch, and Robert Brachman. Over 200 of William McCullough’s realist oil paintings are In significant private, corporate and museum collections throughout the United States. McCullough’s current paintings are still lifes and landscapes exploring the everyday life and culture of the American South. He lives on a family farm outside of Kingstree South Carolina and also in the South of France. To find out more about William McCullough’s realistic landscapes, still lifes, and portraits, visit his website, www.williammccullough.com.
I grew up on a tobacco farm in Williamsburg County South Carolina, and since childhood I’ve loved to look at the land. There is a sensuality found in the South Carolina landscape that is incredibly unique. After spending many years in the Northeast learning to paint, I was eager to return to the South and paint the land that is my home.