Bob Wilson, Jr. has inherited his fathers talent. After making a career at the Charleston Naval Shipyard as an engineer, Bob, Jr. started up a desktop publishing business called Fine Art Reproductions that is primarily involved in the reproduction of art work done by Charleston, SC low country artists. He has recently started painting again. His colored pencil sketch ďA Weaverís Prayer was the first piece he did in over twenty five years. He studied the art of portrait painting under his father and has embarked on a career in the fine art of portraiture. Bob, Jr. is a member of the Portrait Society of America, an exhibiting member of the Charleston Artist Guild and the Community of I'On Artists in Mt. Pleasant, SC. His piece called "Lost and Found" won Honorable Mention at the Magnolia Plantation juried art show.