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#417 Koi and Leaves by William Lum
#414 Henningsen Lotus Park by William Lum
#416 Tower At Night by William Lum
#408 Western Fence Lizard by William Lum
#413 Ice House Bridge by William Lum
#411 Penryn Post Office by William Lum
#411 Flint Corn by William Lum
#404 Red Door by William Lum
#402 Succulents by William Lum
#398 311 Vernon by William Lum
#396 Jensen Farm 3 by William Lum
#393 Sunrise Recreation Area by William Lum
#390 Wayne by William Lum
#389 Auburn Old Town by William Lum
#388 Wool Machine by William Lum
#387 Smartsville by William Lum
#386 Hummingbird Nest by William Lum
#385 Leonard by William Lum
#384 Cows by William Lum
#383 Lincoln Way and High Street by William Lum
#382 Wheatland Hop Kilns by William Lum
#381 Jill's Chickens by William Lum
#380 Canal Trail by William Lum
#379 Twin Peaks Orchard by William Lum
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About William Lum
Finding my family is how I got started into watercolor painting. I found my birth parents at age 40 and when I spoke the father I never knew, he told me about my family history including my great uncle, who was a famous watercolorist. Sometime later I stumbled upon a cheap watercolor paint set and was wondering if I could paint since my great uncle painted. So my neighborhood street corner in Sunnyvale, CA, was the subject in my first painting attempt in December 1993, which I titled Suburbia #1. Much to my surprise there was a major positive reaction from friends about my experiment at painting and so I kept painting. In April 1998, I made the decision to quit art entirely so that I could devote more time to my family and work.
After 17 years of no art, in 2015, now retired, kids gone, and newly moved into Placer County, I realized I have the time to pursue my watercolor painting again. Thus I have started watercolor painting again which much of the same intention of capturing images from my day to day life experience and new region of Placer County.
As a counter negativity in this world, I hope my paintings will enable people to see what is beautiful around them and to realize there is much joy in many simple things.