2016 Exhibitions

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EMMETT WILLIAMS-K STREET

City Scenes

City Scenes features glimpses of urban life. The artist captures the masses filling downtown urban life as the figures go about their business. Hurrying to their destinations with purposeful strides. The work featured above is entitled “K Street” and depicts the environment the artist lived and worked in Washington, D.C.    

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Rockstars

Rock Star portraits by the artist offer various techniques from impressionism to abstract graphic components. The combination resulting in truly unique pieces.

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Jazz Art

  Jazz Art by Emmett Williams can be commissioned  by contacting the Artist. See the Contact link on the Homepage menu. Individual and corporate commissions welcome.    

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Chairs

Chairs produced by NC furniture makers William Alan and Hancock & Moore filled the artist’s studios routinely, and appeared at the High Point Furniture Market for a decade. Robb & Stuckey Leather also featured the painter who was commissioned to paint 21 pieces for the Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine Expo in 2010. The artist’s […]

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Nude Works

Nude works by the artist are highly coveted. Below are samples of numerous techniques which fit a variety of environments. The works are extremely well designed and painted. Multiple techniques are used by the artist to achieve a uniqueness to each figure portrayed. Beyond genres it is the high quality of the design of each […]

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News

The artist was born in Washington, DC and 1st exhibited there as a teenager at City Hall. The Pavilion Gallery first exhibited and sold an original blue collar work the painter did of himself as a dishwasher when he worked in the Adams Morgan section of the city. His 1st solo exhibition Art Deco & […]

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