Winner of all five of Wisconsin’s Conservation Stamp Contests

Featured Artist William Millonig

Moon River, 16”x 20”, oil on linen
William’s artistry is a blend of his parents’ talents and interests. His mother was trained in the arts and guided his early adventures in drawing and painting. His father was an avid outdoorsman and William was his companion fishing and hunting. William became a representational oil painter using traditional techniques and his paintings feature wildlife, landscapes, cityscapes, still life and people.
He incorporates a value judgement in his paintings as well as a mood. He conveys an idea and an experience through visual stimulation that captures values which are difficult to express in words.
He earned degrees in Biology and Mathematics/Statistics at UW-Stevens Point and taught these subjects. He also continued taking art classes and workshops with established artists such as Rockne Knuth, Dan Gerhartz, Mimi Litschauer, William Rhode, and Tom Seagard.
William has won all five of Wisconsin’s Conservation Stamp Contests, exhibited his work at many state galleries and shows, been juried into shows for Oil Painters of America and the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society. His paintings can be found in many private and public buildings and he was a featured artist for the Channel 10 Art Auction. He is represented by Fine Line Designs Gallery in Door County.
Bill and his wife Sue have raised three children and live near Campbellsport, on the edge of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. More of his work can be viewed online at:

Moon River, 16”x 20”, oil on linen Ghost of a Glacier, 24”x 30”, oil on linen Whitefish Creek, 14”x 11”, oil on linen Summer Retreat, 10”x 14”, oil on linen Coulee Spring Creek, 16”x20”, oil on linen
2013 WI Duck Stamp, 10”x 12”, oil on board Costa Rican Dress Shop, 11”x 14”, oil on linen
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