DeBilzan was born and raised in Michigan. His composition and masterful use of color are his trademark. His anonymous figures speak through their posture as clearly as if through an audible voice. The simplicity of the composition is made complex by texture, color palette and grandeur. DeBilzan's intuitive connection to the elements of our complicated world give him the ability to clarify for the viewer what really matters. Home, family, a true sense of belonging or longing are evident in his figurative work - even his abstract works provide a sense of destination. DeBilzan's work communicates to the viewer his mystical appreciation for life and its creation by depicting the human condition - wired to be social yet often alone though not necessarily lonely. DeBilzan's choice of colors give the viewer a sense of real happiness. Innocent in their purity, yet bold and unashamed. Just as the finish of the wood frame engulfs the artistry of the canvas - its raw simplicity is juxtaposed with complex visual elements in the wood itself. All elements lead the viewer's eye to yet another dimension. The relevancy of DeBilzan's art, along with its playful nature have made his work highly desirable for film and television. The work has been featured in shows like "Frasier", "Just Shoot Me", " Spin City " and "L.A. Doctors". Additionally, DeBilzan was commissioned by the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra to create large scale visual interpretations of Vivaldi's Four Seasons concertos to accompany the symphony's performance of this classic. It proved to be a widely acclaimed event. William DeBilzan is represented by fine galleries in the U.S., Japan, and Germany. His work is found in private and corporate collections worldwide.