Portrait by Donna Granata - 1996
William McEnroe (1922 - )
Brought up in the Boston, Massachusetts area, Bill McEnroe received his early training at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts and the Tremont School of Art.
Landing in California after four years of service in the US Navy during World War II, he received a bachelor’s degree in art at the California State University at San Jose and earned his masters at Stanford University. His subsequent graduate work brought him to the University of the Americas in Mexico City, The University of Oregon at Eugene and the University of California, Los Angeles.
He became a Professor of Art at Ventura Community College and retired in 1982 after a 32 year teaching career. Bill is a Signature Member of the National Watercolor Society, the Northwest Watercolor Society and the Northwest Pastel Society.
William McEnroe documentation took place in 1998. The FOTM Archive contains extensive information about this artist. To learn more about William McEnroe please visit McEnroeArt.com