Wil Bosbyshell received a BFA and MBA from the University of Georgia, and spent six years as an officer in the US Army following his undergraduate education. After a successful business career in the private sector, Bosbyshell was awarded a residency at the Hungarian Multicultural Center in Budapest, which set the course for his artistic career. He is a studio artist at the Charlotte Art League, and has been an arts professor for close to two decades at both the former Art Institute of Charlotte and Rowan/Cabarrus Community College.
His work has been shown in numerous gallery and community exhibitions, both solo and collective, including the McColl Center, Shain Gallery, Central Piedmont Community College, and Elder Gallery, where his participation in the 2018 group exhibition Vicarious received critical acclaim from the New York Times.
Bosbyshell and his work also had a feature in the prestigious Watercolor Magazine, and he has been highlighted in numerous other publications both locally and regionally. His work can be found in dozens of private and corporate collections locally and nationally. Bosbyshell is dedicated to community service, with a particular focus on youth, and has served on various boards and leadership positions, including for Scouts and a Group Living Housing Corporation at the University of Georgia. He resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.