Bill Sterchak

Bill’s work is different and very interesting. Comparing an older piece with a more recent completed piece, and the greater the time between the pieces, the more noticeable the evolution becomes of his style, experience and level of expertise.

“Some of the earliest pieces are very, very crude and rough so if I couldn’t roll my eyes, didn’t laugh at them outright, I would probably cringe OR maybe just HIDE them.” he says. “Or toss them.”

Born and reared in a small town in rural NE America, formally educated in South Carolina, the writer/artist known as the symbol W (double-you, NOT dub-ya) got to Texas and seldom looks back.

Bill Sterchak

Bill’s work is different and very interesting. Comparing an older piece with a more recent completed piece, and the greater the time between the pieces, the more noticeable the evolution becomes of his style, experience and level of expertise.

“Some of the earliest pieces are very, very crude and rough so if I couldn’t roll my eyes, didn’t laugh at them outright, I would probably cringe OR maybe just HIDE them.” he says. “Or toss them.”

Born and reared in a small town in rural NE America, formally educated in South Carolina, the writer/artist known as the symbol W (double-you, NOT dub-ya) got to Texas and seldom looks back.

Canvasback drake

carved wood painted with acrylics • life size • decorative duck decoy

Canvasback drake

carved wood painted with acrylics • life size • decorative duck decoy

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