About Bill Hendricks (Shadowmason)

Bill Hendricks (Shadowmason), Author of Art Changes Lives (Dot) Com
Bill Hendricks (Shadowmason), Author of Art Changes Lives (Dot) Com

Bill Hendricks is a Minnesotan, but has spent considerable time living both in
Los Angeles and New York City. He is a new media artist and his art includes printmaking, photography, video and interactive installations. His art is in the permanent collection of the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis and a number of private collections throughout the United States. His work was included in a group show titled, The Intimate Gallery, which questioned the existence of a collective consciousness, in Minneapolis at Gallery 148. His work was seen in a show titled, Visual AIDS, Postcards From the Edge in New York City at The Robert Miller Gallery. His work can be seen regularly in and around the Minneapolis and St.Paul area in Minnesota.

Bill teaches Graphic Design and Web Design at Minneapolis Community Technical College (MCTC). Over the last few years, he has completed his MFA that he holds from Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

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  1. Hi, Bill. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog – I love meeting new people and seeing new work. I had to laugh when I noticed the photos on this page – just this week I was walking on a pedestrian bridge and noticed three pacifiers placed high up on one of the stone pillars. Given the placement and background, it wouldn’t have been a good shot, but it certainly made me smile. I look forward to following along with you on your blog.

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