February 21, 2017 – WPBS-TV’s “Painting with Wilson Bickford” Season 3, premieres Monday, February, 27th at 1:30pm.  This 13-episode series features a variety of different landscapes and studies sure to interest both the novice and experienced artist.  Viewers can purchase the Season 3 box set and Wilson’s new technique series “Paint Smart, Not Hard” – Majestic Mountain at  Also available from the website are the materials list and sketches for each episode of Season 3.  “Painting with Wilson Bickford” Season 3 will again be offered to other PBS stations across the country.  To date, Season 2 of Painting with Wilson Bickford has aired in 21 states across 47 markets.

About Wilson Bickford
Wilson Bickford is a nationally known artist and instructor, who has conducted painting workshops for over 20 years. Primarily a self-taught artist, his easy-going style has earned him thousands of satisfied students, thus proving his philosophy that “ANYONE can learn to paint”. He works in acrylic, watercolor and pen & ink, with oils being his personal favorite and most requested workshop medium. His painting tutorials on YouTube have received millions of viewings and he is the author of “Wildlife Landscapes You Can Paint” (NorthLight Books).  Wilson also has his own line of signature art supplies for the fine artist that include brushes, beveled canvas, canvas panels, oil colors and wood frames, available through Wilson Bickford’s website.  Visit Wilson Bickford online at or on Facebook.

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