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William Cauthern

William Cauthern Fine Art

Austin, TX

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William Cauthern is an accomplished sculptor, printmaker and art educator. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in sculpture and a minor in printmaking from the University of Texas at Austin in 1998. An experienced educator, he has been a member the McCallum Visual Arts faculty since 2002, where he currently teaches sculpture and printmaking.
He developed his early painting and drawing skills under the direction of Madelon Umlauf, focusing primarily on abstract oil and acrylic work. He later studied sculpture with sculptor, Steve Daly and was eventually introduced to printmaking by Nigerian woodcutter, Christopher Adejumo. William Cauthern recognized his affinity for sculpture and printmaking through his work with these two artists and continues to specialize in both types of media today. In addition to being an artist and educator, family plays an important role in his life. He is happily married to his wife, Sabrina, and is a father to three children, Breana, William, and Ethan.

William Cauthern is an accomplished sculptor, printmaker and art educator. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in sculpture and a minor in printmaking from the University of Texas at Austin in 1998. An experienced educator, he has been a member the McCallum Visual Arts faculty since 2002, where he currently teaches sculpture and printmaking.
He developed his early painting and drawing skills under the direction of Madelon Umlauf, focusing primarily on abstract oil and acrylic work. He later studied sculpture with sculptor, Steve Daly and was eventually introduced to printmaking by Nigerian woodcutter, Christopher Adejumo. William Cauthern recognized his affinity for sculpture and printmaking through his work with these two artists and continues to specialize in both types of media today. In addition to being an artist and educator, family plays an important role in his life. He is happily married to his wife, Sabrina, and is a father to three children, Breana, William, and Ethan.