Delacour’s Langur I (Trachypithecus Delacouri) by Nana Williams
Resin, Polymer Clay, Mixed Media, 8″ x 10″ x 3.5″, 9.25″ x 11.25′ x 3.75″ with shadow box (Can be opened)
Current Exhibition at Flower Pepper Gallery: Handle with Care, A Solo Show by Nana Williams from March 3rd to April 5th, 2018
Previous Exhibitions at Flower Pepper Gallery:
- Melody – 1st Online Art Exhibition, Launches on Cyber Monday 2017
- Summer Mood: A Cash & Carry Exhibition from July 1st to 26th, 2017
- Wild Heart from February 4th – March 6th, 2017
- 5th Year Anniversary Show from December 10th to 27th, 2016
- Here Comes Summer from June 4th to July 5th, 2016
- Cash And Carry
- Cash And Carry
- Special Window Installations by Yetis And Friends
Nana Williams was born in Vienna, Austria. She is a self-taught artist, who studied Photography at “die Graphische” in Vienna and received her diploma in 2012. She mostly works in the mediums of watercolor, gouache and ink, but is also active in the fields of sculpture and soft sculpture. She has shown her work across the United States and Europe and has collaborated with clothing companies, small businesses and magazines. For five years she worked together with her husband at their own business “Yetis and Friends”, before retiring from it to focus on her art and illustration full time.
As of 2014 she found a nest in Pasadena, California, where she doodles cats and other creatures in her home sweet home.
Die Graphische (Höhere Graphische Bundes-Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt), Vienna, Austria
Diploma in Photography in 2012
Feature on Juxtapoz Magazine on December 12th, 2016!
“The Art of Nana Williams: Nana Williams’ work is influenced by folklore, mythology and the occult with a refined undertone of strong feminine energy. Her work features soft washes of watercolor balanced by rich metallics and symbols that accumulate to lend a multi-layered narrative to every artwork. Nana Williams was born in Vienna, Austria. She studied Photography at “die Graphische” in Vienna and received her diploma in 2012. Despite this she mostly works in the medium of painting and drawing, but is also active in the fields of sculpture and arts and crafts. She has shown her work in Europe, the U.S. and Australia. As of 2014 she found a nest in Pasadena, California, where she doodles cats and other creatures in her home.”
Click here to read the full article and see other artworks by Nana.
Click here to read the feature on JUXTAPOZ: “Nana Williams Highlights Endangered Species in Solo Show ‘Handle withe Care’” (March 6th, 2018)