4th Floor Gallery
10 September–13 October 2004
Graham Williams’ sculptures are concerned with light, space and material form. He exploits the qualities of his medium – most commonly stainless steel and bronze – to enhance reflection and the play of light on different surfaces. In some of these recent sculptures he has also introduced a vivid use of primary colour. With meticulous concern for process, Williams creates sculptures of purity and simplicity in material, colour and form.
Twelve sculptures were exhibited – four of which are made for outdoor display and stand up to 4 m high. Their forms – often derived from organic shapes – compliment and contrast with natural environments.
Graham Williams (b. 1940 in Kent) first started making sculpture in 1987. He is also a distinguished artist in the field of fine hand printing and wood engraving. His sculpture is in collections in England, Scotland, Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Japan, the West Indies and USA. This is his third one-man exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art.