About Me
Carol R Williams

As a Northwest artist her focus has been the incorporation of cultural awareness/ competency via symbolic images found in all cultures, continents & belief systems all while utilizing images of Evergreen trees from the NW. Her work focus' on deciphering cultural mythologies, symbols, methodologies & the female deity to create new ideas, questions & concepts regarding convergent & divergent thinking, seeing & being. Her work has a whole systems approach (collective, interactive, adaptive, positive relationship building, viewing the whole as a system of related parts) & seeks to unify cultures. Carol's work urge you to re-evaluate what positivity, belief, hopefulness, faith and action mean to you. Her work is established in the context of analytical reflections, concepts & thinking.

Carol focuses the image so that the viewer is forced to evaluate for themselves the story. The bulk of her work can be viewed/hung in which ever direction you choose & tends to incorporate elements of sustainability,whether it be on, with or echoes of recycled materials.

Carol's work has been influenced by Miro, Van Gough, Caravaggio, Picasso, Matisse, Basquat, Jacob Lawrence, Systems Theories, Models of Change, Egyptian Artwork, Asian scrolls and ink work and African American Gee's Bend Quilters. Carol's major musical influences have been Prince, Tracy Chapman, Sade, Zap Mama, Enya, Bach, Eminem, Beethoven, Mozart, Tupak, the Gypsy Kings, Sting, Guns N Roses & Bob Marley.
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