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When we look at a piece of art work it has to form some kind of connection to us. It must evoke a memory or stir our imagination or it will fail to cause us to return to it and examine it further. By painting some of nature’s hidden treasures I hope to bring us back to places or times that are stored in our memories

Rich Williams’ work is primarily in acrylics and watercolor, and covers a cross section of subjects such as landscapes, old barns and structures, boats, florals and abstracts. The need to portray the subtle feeling of nature has led to the painting of nature’s hidden treasures. This is reflected in his paintings of some of nature’s small and usually unnoticed hidden scenes.

From a very early age Rich was interested in art. Studying art in high school only tweaked his interest more. He attended S.A.I.T., taking first year Architectural Technology where he learned perspective drawing. He also attended the Alberta College of Art where he took lessons in Figure Drawing. Understanding the need to improve his technique with all mediums, Rich began taking many workshops from established artists to improve his style and master principles of design.  

Member of:
Alberta Society of Artists A.S.A.
International Plien-Air Painters I.P.A.P.
Federation of Canadian Artists

Web: www.h2ocolorart.ca              

Email: rich.williams455@gmail.com

Phone: 250-591-1325       

Cell: 250-713-8198

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