Mike Williams Art

The last thing you’d call Mike’s Williams’s fish paintings and sculptures is “formulaic.” His art will be on display at South Carolina’s Columbia College for the next few weeks. “The exhibition includes his expressionist paintings of fish, marshes, swamps and coastal areas, as well as steel sculptures. The art always goes beyond straightforward depictions; it reflects his love of the outdoors and his spiritual connection to it.” Jeffrey Day on TheState.com.

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  • I would say that painting pet portraits is one difficult work for portrait artists. Fishes, for example, serve as one of the most challenging subject for this kind of visual art. The fins and the scales as well as other body parts require patience from the artist. The artist working on any of fish portrait should be very keen on details in order to give justice to the total feature of a particular fish.