David O Williams

David O Williams

David has been painting all of his life but has specialized in watercolors and water media since 2010.

He says, “There is a freedom in water media which adds to the naturalness and excitement in a painting." 

His representational style emphasizes vivid colors, movement and storytelling over strict realism.

He was a computer programmer for many years. Painting allows him to continue to be creative and a problem solver.

He is a member of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Wisconsin Visual Artists, Madison Watercolor Society and the Madison Art Guild. His works have been shown at Dane County Regional Airport, Alverno College in Milwaukee, Woodland Studios in Stoughton, the Wusted Museum in Racine, the Cedarburg Art Museum, the Freeport Art Museum, Re:Vision Gallery in Kenosha, the Beloit Fine Arts Incubator, the Riverfront Arts Center in Stevens Point, the Monroe Arts Center in Monroe, Old Court House Art Center in Woodstock, Illinois, the Portage Center for the Arts at Tivoli, New Visions Gallery, Paoli Road Mercantile among others.

You can visit David's website to view more of his work here.

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