His portrayals of animals and lifeless objects, including houses and various structures, exude a vitality and dynamism that imbue them with an almost animate quality. While Williams' artistic expressions have been shaped by the influences of notable creators like Peter Blake, Picasso, Matisse, and Duncan Grant, he has forged a distinctive style that is undeniably his own. While achieving acclaim for his contributions to commercial product design, his true ardor resides in painting. Liberated from the confines of market demands, he has witnessed his art mature and delve into novel and captivating dimensions. Growing more assured in his artistic vision, Williams' pieces emanate an extraordinary lightness of touch and visual adeptness that render them immediately identifiable and ceaselessly captivating.
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