Artist William Cash received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia in 2006. The paintings in his Provincetown Series represent a life-long interest with the male psyche. His goal is to illustrate how the male mind expresses itself through body language.
Cash deliberately chooses to paint ambiguous scenes where the viewer is encouraged to create their own interpretation. It is more important for him to posit questions than answers. For example, he tries to avoid portraiture thus allowing the viewer to fill in the faces.
The men in his paintings are captured during moments of self-reflection. He tries to invest all of his figures with an emotional and spiritual life beyond the confines of the painted canvas.