About the Artist:
John McDowell Williams is a complex artist. His subjects are many and his style is his alone. Although he has been compared to Edward Hopper, Winslow Homer, and Zoltan Szabo — all artists he admires — John's vision is continually evolving. As a multi-media (working in gouache, pastels, watercolors and oils), university-trained artist, John knows the importance of color harmony, balance and uniqueness in his composition. Yet, daily experience is his basis of Impressionist art. The American scene is surely a John McDowell Williams adventure.
Dogbotz Boneyard appreciates the artwork of John McDowell Williams because of his stunning depictions of American landscape and daily life brought about by his juxtapositions of intensely brilliant colors, his wildly flowing organic shapes and the textured surfaces created by his use of pastels. The inherent harmony of his compositions is readily felt and marveled. And so, from our Dogbotz Boneyard Gallery of Art for your own personal collection, we present John McDowell Williams’ Seems to Frame the Sky.