The Art of William Haddon

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William “Bill” Haddon was born in 1933 in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A but lived many years in the pioneer town of Issaquah, Washington.

After service in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict, Bill attended the University of Washington and subsequently graduated from the famous Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles.
During his career Bill participated in many National and local exhibitions and was granted a “one-man” show at the prestigious Frye Art Museum in Seattle. Thorough-out his life Bill concentrated mainly on watercolor paintings, but also worked in oils, acrylics and etchings and in 1976 was commissioned by the City of Issaquah to paint a large mural celebrating the 100 year history of the old town. This mural is currently located in the Issaquah Old Train Station.

Bill travelled extensively in Europe and the Pacific Northwest where he gained much of his inspiration for his depiction of wildlife, portraits and architecture.

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