An insightful interview behind the creator of the storied Honor Card program.
Bill shares his storied career as an artist and how he lends his talent to his new Urban Retreat Outdoor Collection for Klaussner.
Bill talks about his storied 40 year career and his heart to help the homeless with his annual Honor Card.
For over 30 year's Bill annually creates a painting and Honor Card to raise awareness and funds for the homeless. To date over $7 million has been raised. Here this amazing story.
An entertaining interview about the artist storied career by Bill Friday.
This article reflects on Bill's 40 year career as a professional artist.
In celebration of Greensboro Beautiful's 50th Anniversary Bill marks the occasion by creating over 50 originals from these magnificent gardens.
Bill Speaks about his new Charleston Lane and Water's Edge Home Collections for Klaussner.
William Mangum of Greensboro set out to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Blue Ridge Parkway. He created 52 paintings over five-and-a-half months.
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams featured “North Carolina’s Artist” William Mangum and his holiday Honor Card program on their most popular feature, "Making a Difference." The producers at NBC Nightly News search the country for and profile ordinary people doing extraordinary things, helping neighbors -- or even complete strangers -- in these tough economic times. The top-rated newscast, which has more than 9.5 million viewers nightly, filmed Mangum at work at the Greensboro Urban Ministry, which provides a host of services and support to the homeless, at his gallery and at locations around Greensboro that inspired scenes on past honor cards.
Klaussner Home Furnishings partners with NC artist William Mangum to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
William Mangum talks about his "Carolina Preserves" collection at the High Point Market.
Renowned NC artist William Mangum is collaborating with Klaussner Home Furnishings on a furniture line that celebrates the beauty of our state. Mr. Mangum joined us on location at the High Point Furniture Market to talk about the "Carolina Preserves" collection and the new pieces he's debuting this year.
Living Testament to the Power of Faith
Furniture Today’s Thomas Lester talks with artist Bill Mangum, whose initial rug designs for Surya were introduced during the April High Point Market. Mangum chats about the development of the partnership, design influences, first impressions and more.
Bill Mangum's three initial rug lines, created with Surya, — Artisan, Essential and Remarque — hold true to his artistic point of view.
Upholstery and case goods resource Klaussner Home Furnishings plans to launch a licensed collection this year with North Carolina artist William Mangum.
Carolina Preserves is planned for the October High Point Market and will include both case goods and upholstery.
The Honor Card is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The Honor Card program raises awareness and funds for the homeless. The program started in Greensboro and has spread to 13 cities in North Carolina.
Renowned artist William Mangum provides the artwork for the cards. He's been involved in the Honor Card program since 1988, around the time he and a homeless man became friends.
“There’s something in each of us, I think, that eventually needs to give something back to those who have helped us on the journey,” says acclaimed artist and Pinehurst native Bill Mangum, pausing to reflect on a particular painting in his spacious Greensboro gallery. “And for me, this painting really says it all.”
The painting is called “Bridge of Hope.” It shows a simple stone bridge spanning a woodland creek, mantled by newly fallen snow. In the forefront, a lone set of footsteps tracks across the bridge, while in the distance a man moves toward a clearing where afternoon sunlight paints the tops of the trees and blue skies hint of a receding storm.
Every year, Greensboro artist Bill Mangum paints a special picture to be used on Christmas cards as a fundraiser for non-profits.
This year, the picture was inspired by a real life story, right here in the Piedmont. Mangum and the inspiration for his picture joined us on the Good Morning Show.
The volunteer center honored a hero tonight for his work at Greensboro Urban Ministry.
William Mangum received the Lifetime of Service Award.
He volunteers with Urban Ministry, and is very active with their Wednesday morning prayer breakfast.
Greensboro artist William Mangum has been preserving North Carolina sights for over thirty-two years. To date he has created over 3,000 works of art.
Artist William Mangum has created 52 paintings inspired by the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway and the surrounding mountains.
Acclaimed watercolorist William Mangum recreates he world as he sees it through an art form he discovered largely by accident. This feature shares the genesis of Bill's career as well as his latest publication, Classic North Carolina Golf Courses. A stunning art volume celebrating 23 renowned golf courses from across our beloved state.
A popular artist is moved to assist a famed Patrick County church with its fundraising project.
Inspired by a chance meeting between an artist and a homeless man, the Honor Card program has raised more than $2.3 million for homelessness since William Mangum’s participation began 20 years ago.
For 20 years, award-winning North Carolina artist William Mangum has created unique artwork that is reproduced on Honor Cards to benefit the Greensboro Urban Ministry.
As a watercolor painter who has made a good living from his art, Bill Mangum is a grateful man. He frequently gives back to the city that has supported him, serving weekly breakfasts at a downtown soup kitchen and designing an annual holiday card to beneﬁt the homeless.
It’s a book to make the chamber of commerce proud. For the fifth bound collection of his paintings, “Greensboro: Roots and Renaissance,” William Mangum celebrates business and industry, traditional neighborhoods and the fine arts. Working downtown in his “hole in the wall” studio on Bellemeade Street, the artist has glorified his adopted home. He works in a style reminiscent of American illustrators like Norman Rockwell and Jessie Willcox Smith, and he wrote text to accompany the layouts in his new book.
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