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"Company Christmas Party - Company Christmas tells the real story of what happens at Santa's Christmas party. *Santa like any good boss is completely tanked off of a Keg of Nog. *Mrs. Clause concerned with the safety of her hard working olives is collecting sleigh keys. *Rudolph can party no more so he is passed out with his drinking buddy. *Of course there is always one or two people who get a little to drunk to early. Our lady olive is passed out in the corner while a not so sober olive draws a funny face on her and who can forget the crazy drunk running around with a kick me sign on his back. *There are always those olives who like to hook up at the company party. The 3 olives in the corner are toasting to seal the deal. *The martini glass is decorated to the hilt with Christmas light, and what Christmas party would be complete with out a Peppermint Candy Martini to keep the party going till the wee hours or however long these olives can last. *Santa's naughty list is definitely growing after this party. Are you on Santa Naughty or Nice list? "
- Michael Godard
Eatmon, William

Artist Biography:

William Eatmon in his Pebble Beach California Studio


 William has produced art in many forms since he was eight years of age and won his first art contest at age twelve. He was always good at art and science and at age fourteen  won First Place in his category in the New York State Science Fair Competition and an Honorable Mention in the National Science Competition. This Science Fair Competition win, plus his intense interest in science, set his study and career goals in the direction of becoming an engineer in lieu of a professional artist. For his professional career, he chose science and engineering and received a BSEE Degree from The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in 1960. He had a long and very rewarding career in the Aerospace Industry and retired in 1998. He continued to pursue his intense interest in art. After receiving his Engineering Degree, he received a Completion Certificate from The Famous Artists School in 1962. Since then, he has taken many other art courses
His engineering career provided him with the resources so he could experiment with many art forms such as photography, paper art, water colors, pastels, oils, acrylics, mixed media pieces and cold-cast bronze pieces. He found that in his pursuit of art helped him in engineering by understanding a wide variety of materials, processes, tools and helped him to “Think Outside the Box” when considering design solutions for a wide variety of engineering challenges. Engineering is constrained by physical laws while art is only limited by my imagination and life experiences.
His art covers a wide variety of subjects and has produced art with Universe and Cosmology content/themes since the late 1950’s. H has read all the latest books on Cosmology, Particle Physics and How the Mind Processes Images. His latest paintings reflect his interest in these subjects and he has received International Recognition through painting sales and invitations to exhibit.
Recent Invitations to Exhibit and Shows:
One Artist Show- Amour d’ Art Gallery in Los Gatos California, August 23 & 24, 2013.
Florence Italy Biennale Interazionale D’ Arte Contemporanea, November 30 - December 8, 2013.
Museo De La Cludad De Merida, Mexico, March 19-22, 2012.
Agora Gallery in Chelsea, New York, various dates in 2012 and 2013.
Coorida Galeria De Design LDA, Lisbon Portugal, February 11 - March 2, 2012.
Florence Italy Biennale Interazionale D’ Arte Contemporanea, December 3-11, 2011.

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