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Bill Matuszeski, a resident of Washington, DC, has honed his observational skills taking photographs and doing travel drawings all his adult life. He began painting after his retirement in 2001. His acrylic paintings have been accepted into juried exhibits at the Yellow Barn Gallery in Glen Echo, Maryland, Art on the Mountain in Southern Vermont, and at the Capitol Hill Art League Gallery (where he has received three awards). He and his wife and fellow painter Mary Procter have mounted duo shows at the Yellow Barn Gallery, at the H Street Theater and RESULTS Gym Gallery in Washington, DC and he has had a solo show at the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church. He and his wife host an annual three-day Open House of their work at their home early in the month of December. He has also attained the Instructor level in the Japanese flower arranging art of Ikebana Ikenobo. Bill Matuszeski studies plein air painting with Walt Bartman at the Yellow Barn Gallery in Glen Echo, Maryland and has painted landscapes in Vermont, Florida, the Washington, DC area, and in many overseas locations.