William Stolpin is a printmaker living in Holly Michigan. A retired engineer, he has been making prints for over fifty years. He works across multiple print mediums, including woodcuts, linocuts, etchings, aquatints and serigraphs. His serigraphs often exceed fifty colors. His images cross a number of different subject matters, including landscapes, historical architecture, as well as abstract and fantasy images.
Currently, he teaches printmaking at the Flint Institute of Arts in Flint, Michigan. His works are in a number of private, corporate and museum collections, including the Flint Institute of Arts, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, and the National Trust in London England. He has been selling his artwork at the Michigan Renaissance Festival for over 25 years.