Richard Williams: Flesh and Blood

November 8 - 29, 1996

The work in this exhibition spans over 50 years and exemplifies the dedication, exploration and excellence achieved by the artist. His interest in the human form, particularily the female form rendered in his realistic style, has developed over time to give us works of exquisite sensuous beauty and intesnse sensitivity. Concerned with uniting the present with the theological teachings of the past, his winged creations speak to us on a parallel wiht the new-age resurgence of interest in the "angel." Though their beauty is idealized, we feel the posititve energy and despite the mystery, are inspired for the future. 

Catlogue essay by George Swinton.

Richard Williams: Flesh and Blood Catalogue [PDF]

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