Tara Gold ~ Semi-dry, mellow, white table wine with a light fruitiness.
Label Artist: William Jameson
William Jameson studied at Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida and attended the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for graduate studies. He has been a professional artist for thirty- one years with painting exhibitions from Italy to New York, the Carolinas to Texas. His paintings were used by Woody Allen in his films "Manhattan" and "Interiors", by Bertolucci in his "Luna" and in other films. Jameson has taught painting on the college level and has taught privately in his studio for many years. Since 1988, he has been teaching painting workshops in the southeastern United States and in 1997 he expanded the workshop venues to Mexico, France and Italy. The "Art in Tuscany" workshop was featured in Industry Week Magazine in June of 1999.
William paints daily in his studio at home working on his favorite subjects which include the dark streams and creeks of the Carolina piedmont and Appalachia, the harbors, creeks and rivers of the Carolina lowcountry and the landscapes of Tuscany and Provence. He also accepts an occasional portrait commission and particularly enjoys family group portraits in oil.
Jameson's paintings were exhibited in the Inaugural Exhibition of the Art bank by the United States Department of State, Washington, DC and his work hangs in the collection of the United States Department of the Navy, The Medical University of South Carolina, The Bank of South Carolina, Carolina First Bank, Brays Island Plantation, Erskine College, Presbyterian College, College of Charleston, and in numerous other corporate and private collections.