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(Courtesy of the Artist)

KJ Williams is an Abstract Expressionist. She has studied art at Newbury College of Massachusetts, and the Art Institute of Boston, before moving to New Hampshire. Through her work, KJ expresses her physical pain from an accident in 1993, to the depression from trying to work while in pain. She has been compared to Frida Kahlo in that respect.

In the past few years, her paintings have leaned more towards abstract representation of her thoughts, causes, and passions. 

“My work represents my life. It’s who I am. It’s my passion. If I could not express myself through my art, I would not exist.”

Her paintings range from abstract and self portraits, to animals, landscapes, and people. A piece can be dream oriented, a cause or subject that she feels passionate about, or simply about her pain and frustration. Her use of dark and light colors capture emotions respectively.  

She has sold many of her works. She is one of the artists featured in The Pain Exhibit. Her work will also be in an upcoming issue of Abstract Magazine. Her work can also be seen at Deviant Art, and Artmajeur

http://kjwills.daportfolio.com/ 

 

2 thoughts on “Art by KJ Williams

  1. So, moved by the title Abstract feelings. My congratulations and admiration to the artist. Thank you for taking the initiative @AcdmyHeartnMind.
    While looking at the Art, forgot personal stress. I badly need it. Thank you both the Artist and Academy of Heart and Mind.
    Best regards,
    Sincerely yours,
    Tabassum.Tahmina.Shagufta Hussein

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  2. Interesting and thought-provoking. Particularly drawn to ‘Going Home’ and ‘Melting Planet’. Great work, thanks for sharing.

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