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TGWW RADIO: Bill Foss – Artist, Musician & Spiritual Teacher

(graphic by Tui Snider)
(graphic by Tui Snider)

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TGWW Radio’s Special Guest for July 16th:

Bill Foss: Spiritual Teacher, Visual Artist, & Musician

Mr. Bill Foss , an Internationally renowned visual artist, recording artist, musician, and teacher, has exhibited his artwork and performed concerts across the continental United States as well as Europe. His artistic style, both as an artist and performer, has captured the imagination and hearts of people from all walks of life and all ages.

Bill Foss enjoys working in the realms of Rock and Roll, Surrealism and Spiritually inspiring art. He has found inspiration through Salvador Dali, Alex Grey and many other painters, musicians and creators.

Bill Foss’ artwork has been prominently displayed at many fine institutions throughout Europe and the United States.

In 2006, Mr. Foss was commissioned by the I Am University in Vienna, Austria to create several custom fine art works on conventional canvas and sheets of copper to be displayed at the 10th Annual International Wesak Festival in Vienna, Austria May 5th through May 7th, 2007. Bill Foss performed a concert during the festival, as well.

Attendees of the Weesak at Mt. Shasta California may remember the 8′ x 20′ free standing mural painting of ascended masters and teachers from around the world entitled “Save the Planet”. This masterpiece was purchased by the I AM University, and is now on display in Vienna, Austria. Also available are a ltd edition print of this painting, in Europe.

Numbered and signed lithographs, posters, prints and T-Shirt reproductions of this series have become best sellers and are currently available throughout the United States and internationally.

Mr. Foss, when asked about art, had this to say:
“The amazing aspect of art is the unique ability to translate, to the viewer, a personal story that reminds us of the simple joys in life. Art inspires us all to open toward unique levels of creativity…To Inspire the Human Spirit”

Mr. Foss is co-founder of the Phoenix Historic Arts Cooperative, otherwise known as “The Artery”. After attending the Art Center in Albuquerque New Mexico 1991-93, receiving his B/A degree,Mr. Foss moved to Phoenix where he opened his first working studio. It was within this location he dedicated 15 years to the ongoing rock & roll series he calls “Between Heaven and the Hard Rock Cafe”.

This extraordinary series, featuring icons of Rock and Roll, was inspired by his many years of touring the United States as an accomplished musician. Numbered and signed lithographs, posters, prints and T-Shirt reproductions of this series have become available throughout the United States and internationally. Other awards include a 2 year scholarship to N.E.O A & M college in high school competition of 500 students from 4 states for live figurative charcoal drawing

In the last two years Bill has also been involved with teaching classes involving meditation and creativity in order to help people open to their deeper levels of creative awareness and how to translate this into their art forms. And has taught classes and presented in Nashville, Florida, Phoenix, Sedona, Arizona, Seattle, California and Europe.

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To read about more weird, offbeat, and overlooked places, check out my best selling travel guide: Unexpected Texas. For ghost hunting hot spots, check out my best selling travel guide to haunted places: Paranormal Texas. For a strange-but-true tale of Texas history, check out: The Lynching of the Santa Claus Bank Robber. Happy travels!

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