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February 4, 2018


Whether she works on canvas, wood or metal, color is an essential element for self-taught artist Michelle Y. Williams.

The artist: A Houston native, Williams started creating art in 1996 on her kitchen table in Boise, ID. For the last eight years, she has lived and worked out of her studio in a renovated 7,000-square-foot building in the heart of Houston.

The goods: Original works of art on canvas, wood and metal. Also some sculpture on occasion.

What’s popular: The “cut” series, developed in 2001 (pictured above). The small works, which feature mostly abstract subject matter, on metal float between two layers of Plexiglas and utilize bronze hardware. The core size is 15 inches by 15 inches ($750), though any size can be done. Typically, a minimum of three pieces are purchased.

Where to buy: Williams is also represented by Pryor Fine Art ( and the Atrium Art Gallery ( in Charleston, SC.


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