In his continuing effort to bring joy and beauty into our lives through art Bill undertook a large scale mural in 1983 entitled "West Broadway Boogie" on the facade of the building housing the Sally Hawkins Gallery in Soho at the corners of Prince Street and West Broadway (since removed). In the 1980's and 90's this was known as the crossroads of the art world. The mural was photographed, filmed, videoed, and appeared in publications throughout the world, becoming synonymous with Soho.
Sally Hawkins was the inspiration for most of Bill's art including the mural he placed on the exterior of the gallery that became a SOHO landmark. Due to her determination, Bill's art and the gallery became known throughout the U.S. and abroad.