Internal Landscapes - NOW EXTENDED through April 6!
Posted by Kinsley Suer | 16 March 2012 | Comments (1)
She invites you to gently touch the art, feeling both the subtle smoothness and roughly gouged qualities.
This body of work is Williams’ attempt to map her own internal landscape with luminous color and texture, much as Mark Rothko sought to do in his work. Rothko had an invaluable ability to capture raw, emotional experience by using only washes of colour, both intense and subdued, along with implied texture within the paint. Her quest is to symbolize the universal paradoxes of the human condition.
Kelly Williams has shown extensively both locally and nationally. She is a community-involved artist who gives her time and skills to serve recovery programs, arts education and collaborative art collectives. Williams developed a Regional Arts and Culture Council-funded project entitled Recovery Panes, working with those affected by addiction. Her work is included in the collections of several local businesses, and has been featured in many local and national publications.
For more information about Kelly, visit www.kellywilliamsart.com.
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