Nestled in the high desert terrain of Santa Fe, William Haskell creates visually distinctive work that reflects his passion for diversified landscapes of the West. Whether uniquely capturing weathered adobe structures, mesas or emotionally charged tornados over prairie lands, his focus on detail defies description. The viewer is intimately drawn to each painting, emotionally connecting to the power displayed over the entire panel. With the use of his original drybrush style, William Haskell takes acrylic to an entirely different level. Often featured, as well as quoted in the most esteemed art magazines, Haskell is passionate about preserving historic villages and rural landscapes that have been foreshadowed by urban growth. His unique style evokes a simpler time while appealing to both modern appreciators and those who look for distinctively portrayed western lands. It is for this reason that his evocative work is sought after by collectors around the world.
Featured in Western Art and Architecture, American Art Collector, Cowboys and Indians, Roundup-Western Writers of American, and Western Art Collector.
o National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Small Works, Great Wonders 2015-Present
o Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, 2014-Present
o Miniatures and More, Mountain Oyster Club, 45th Annual Contemporary Western Art show 2014-Present.
o Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale 2015-Present
o 2013 Featured Artist, Santa Fe Wine and Chile Event
o Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe NM – Featured Artist and Group shows 2003-Present.
o Landscapes of New Mexico book signing and show Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe
o Masterworks of New Mexico, Albuquerque NM 2004.
o El Rancho de Las Golondrinas Museum, Santa Fe NM Featured Artist 2005
o Mountain Trails Gallery, Palm Desert CA 2005-2007
o Adagio Galleries, Palm Springs CA 2007-2010
o Audubon Society Show; Brandon Michael Gallery Santa Fe, NM
o Art Journey New Mexico book signing and show, Peterson Cody Gallery, Santa Fe