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About her paintings
Williams, assistant professor in art and design, describes the unique way she draws inspiration from low-lit photographs she snaps in dark alleys or by painting in the aisles of Wal-Mart as a student.
“I’m just really fascinated with how you can indicate the way of life or someone’s existence or personality through the way they’ve built whatever it is they use,” she told Mind’s Eye.
For a young artist, Williams has received a lot of recognition for her body of work:
- Displayed at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming
- Displayed at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming, while teaching a course there that took students to Yellowstone.
- Displayed more than 30 pieces at the McMurtrey Gallery in Houston, Texas, in February — her largest solo show to date
- Has been selected for a solo show at the George Billis Gallery in Los Angeles in September 2015
- Has been selected for a solo show at the Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas in January 2016