James W Voshell has been a painter in the Baltimore area for more than 50 years. He spent three decades living in the city, documenting daily life, creating hundreds of images on canvas and paper.
For the past 23 years he's lived on a farm in northern Baltimore County, painting scenes from nature that now surrounds his life.
Welcome to this new site, where you'll find his current pieces of artwork, including those that are available for sale to collectors.
Available now, "James W. Voshell, His Life and Art", by author Wm. M. Waters. This biography of the artist is written by one of Jim's former students, Bill Waters, and is filled with images of Jim's more important artwork, along with a detailed story of his life. It's a gift to all who have lived in Baltimore City and rural County.
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"The Checker Players", wall mural, painted with assistant Pontilla Mason, formerly on Rt 40 West.
Jim and his 'Old Gray' truck in front of Carrollton Ridge mural, courtesy of The Balto. Sun Magazine.