Bill Bulla, a native of Oklahoma, began his art career after World War II. He
studied at Columbia School of Art, Corcoran Museum School of Art and at the
George Washington University. After school he entered the world of commercial
art and advertising.
He continued painting in oils and watercolor. Upon retirement, he turned his
focus to watercolors exclusively. He currently resides in Western Maryland which
allows him the opportunity to travel through nearby Pennsylvania, Virginia and
West Virginia countryside to capture many unique buildings and woodland scenes
as well as Maryland's coastline.
He is a member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society, Southern Watercolor
Society and the American Watercolor Society.
His paintings hang in numerous private and commercial collections.