Lovely, painterly still life scenes from watercolour artist and etcher Annie Williams. Both aquatint and wash prints, ‘Ceramics in the City’ and ‘Tickmorend Still Life’, are available in limited editions of 40. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Annie grew up in South Wales and trained as a nurse before studying at City and Guilds Art School in the late 1960s. Her works explore shape, pattern and colour, mixing the familiar with abstraction and precision with suggestion. She says: “I am captivated by light, the shadow and the patterns it creates and by colour, rich or delicate, and the moods that these can evoke, striving to keep my images as simple as possible.”
The daughter of artist Ivor Williams, Annie was the recipient of the Turner Watercolour Award in 2009 and is a member both of the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
See her prints in our wide-ranging group exhibition of new work from members of @re_originalprints, ‘RE Printmakers at For Arts Sake’, in our Ealing gallery until Sunday.