About William Jauquet.

Mr. Jauquet, the artist along side one of his works.Obsessed with line and style, boldly executed, William Jauquet’s work demonstrates power and strength, yet is elegant and sophisticated. Jauquet’s attention to detail and fine craftsmanship results in distinctive works of art, worthy of collecting.

Jauquet, who started woodcarving in 1978, had his first bronze cast in 1985. Jauquet has gained worldwide acclaim for his bronze horses and figures. Jauquet’s work has been collected by individuals, corporations, celebrities and museums. His work is exhibited in some of the finest galleries in the country.

William Jauquet's Resumé.

BORN: 1945, Green Bay, Wisconsin

EDUCATION: Premontre High School
University of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
University of Wisconsin/Green Bay

INSTALLATIONS: Museum of American Folk Art; New York, New York (one person show).
Installed at the Vista International; Washington D.C. 1985
White House, Washington D.C.; Reagan/Easter Celebration 1986
Barbara Bush “READ” Commission
Fund Raising Auction; Houston, Texas 1989
Neville Public Museum; Green Bay, Wisconsin

OPENINGS: Edgewood Orchard Gallery; Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Mongerson Wunderlich Gallery; Chicago, Illinois
Contemporary Craftsman Gallery; Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Ranch; Aspen, Colorado
M.J. Knowles Ltd.; De Pere, Wisconsin
Mindscape Gallery; Evanston, Illinois

COLLECTIONS: Museums; Chicago, Los Angeles
Neville Public Museum; Green Bay, Wisconsin
Genesee Museum; Rochester, New York
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Corporate/Private/Miscellaneous
Amy Irving, Steven Spielberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger,
Steven Chase, Rob Deere, Emmylou Harris, Steve Cropper,
The Ariens Company.

INVITATIONS: International Art Expo; Chicago, Illinois 1986/87
New Art Form; Chicago, Illinois 1988/89
Rockefeller Center, New York, New York
Sculpture, Objects & Functional Art Show; Chicago, Illinois 1996