A Unique Perspective

John M. Williams specializes in creating portrait collages of historical figures with a special interest in the Civil War. In effect “painting with paper,” John uses hundreds of small pieces of cut paper to create a likeness of his subject revealing the person’s character as well as his historical significance. The results are compelling, multifaceted fine art collages.


New WORK - CURRENT SHOWS - ANNOUNCEMENTS


ART ABILITY EXHIBITION - BRYN MAWR, PA

John's work will again be included in the Art Ability Exhibition. This is the 20th year of the Exhibition, which takes place at Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, 414 Paoli Pike, Malvern, PA.  Opening November 7, 2015 through January 31, 2016.   This is the country’s largest international juried exhibition and sale of fine art and crafts created by artists with cognitive, physical, hearing and visual disabilities. 

Three of John's pieces were chosen for this year's show: Navajo Man, Chimneys II and Vietnam - Central Highlands.

The Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital’s Art Ability Program is an integral program of the hospital which offers a year-round showcase and celebration of the work of these talented artists.   

NEW IN THE CUBA SERIES:

                                                                  ERNEST HEMINGWAY

                                                                  ERNEST HEMINGWAY

                                                                  CAMPO DE CANA DE AZUCAR

                                                                  CAMPO DE CANA DE AZUCAR

See MORE new work on Cuba in the new CUBA SERIES GALLERY.  John began this series of work on Cuba  to celebrate the launch of "Engage Cuba", a coalition of which John's brother,  James Williams, is President.  


FOLK ART SOCIETY OF AMERICA PRESENTS "AWARD OF DISTINCTION TO JOHN WILLIAMS - Talented Artist and Cultural Historian"

John received the award on November 7, 2015 at the Folk Art Society of America Annual Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.  

                 John with Ann Oppenhimer, Director of the Folk Art Society of America

                 John with Ann Oppenhimer, Director of the Folk Art Society of America

 Fine more information about The Folk Art Society of America here:

http://folkart.org/

John's piece, MEMPHIS BLUES, which was included  in the Folk Art Society of America's (FASA) annual fundraising event, was purchased by a Collector from Atlanta.   


See John's recent television interview on NECN

(NEW ENGLAND CABLE NEWS) 

Look for "Autistic Man Finds Career in Art"

http://www.necn.com/entertainment/Center-Stage-277617741.html

                                                      The Artist at work in his Studio

                                                      The Artist at work in his Studio


NEW in the WORLD LEADERS Series:

Gandhi


All photography by Marcy Stuart

To find out more information about the book Drawing Autism, which features both John and his work, please visit Amazon.com

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