William R. Stolpin is an award-winning print maker located in Holly Michigan. He has prints in numerous private and corporate collections including the Smithsonian Institutions National Air and Space museum and the National Trust in London England. He studied lithography with the late Emil Weddige, relief printmaking with Japanese National Treasure, Akira Kurosaki, and intaglio printmaking at Crown Point Press in San Francisco. He currently teaches printmaking at the Flint Institute of Arts in Flint Michigan. Stolpins prints are known for their meticulous attention to detail and precise color registration since many of his screen prints have up to 55 separate color runs. In addition to his extensive interest in Fantasy images, his subjects range through Architecture and Space to Nature and Abstraction. His images often unify apparently divergent concepts into an aesthetically satisfying single vision. William has contributed to the local comic press, Flint Comix, and has been featured as their cover artist several times. He has also contributed concept art for the Ral Partha (Iron Wind) miniatures company.