A Unique Perspective
John M. Williams specializes in creating landscape and portrait collages of historical figures. 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.
JOHN TO SPEAK AT MCEC CONFERENCE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2018
THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO VISITED MY SUMMER GALLERY IN PROVINCETOWN
It was a pleasure to meet new people and see old friends once again at my Show and Demos at Gallery 444 in Provincetown, MA. As always, I enjoyed being a part of the vibrant and art-filled community and summer scene. I especially enjoyed being able to show you my art and the methods I use to create it. Please feel free to connect with me using my contact page on this site,Facebook, Twitter (links above right) or using my business card info. I'd love to hear from you. - John
More Summer Gallery Sales: The buyers of Beyond the Stars (monoprint) and Dancing Lamps (pastel)
NEW FLORAL IMAGES
MORE RECENT WORK:
John Featured in New Book
John is featured in a new book, A Primer on Autism Spectrum Disorder, edited by Dr. Christopher McDougle, Director of the Lurie Center for Autism at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. McDougle asked John to write a chapter on his life experience, entitled "From the Perspective of a Person with Autism Spectrum Disorder". In his chapter, John speaks about the role of art in his life and how autism informs his work. He described his collage process as a metaphor for living with autism. In the end, John hopes to inspire others and leave a lasting legacy through his work.
Published by Oxford University Press, the book is available from Amazon:
FOLK ART SOCIETY OF AMERICA PRESENTS:
"AWARD OF DISTINCTION TO JOHN WILLIAMS - Talented Artist and Cultural Historian"
JOHN IS AVAILABLE FOR SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND COLLAGE WORKSHOPS
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