Ginny Williams

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Ginny Williams - Tethered
Ginny Williams - Tethered $5,900.00
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Ginny Williams - Marco Polo
Ginny Williams - Marco Polo $2,100.00
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Ginny Williams - Blue Willow
Ginny Williams - Blue Willow $1,600.00
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Ginny Williams- Still Life in Red
Ginny Williams- Still Life in Red $1,400.00
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Ginny Williams - Still Life with Blue
Ginny Williams - Still Life with Blue $1,400.00
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Ginny Williams - Sweet
Ginny Williams - Sweet $1,200.00
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Ginny Williams - Cinq Pommes
Ginny Williams - Cinq Pommes $995.00
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Ginny Williams - Trois Pommes
Ginny Williams - Trois Pommes $995.00
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Ginny Williams- Birds of a Feather
Ginny Williams- Birds of a Feather Sold - $0.00
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Ginny Williams - The Silver Bowl
Ginny Williams - The Silver Bowl Sold - $0.00
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Ginny Williams - The Thief
Ginny Williams - The Thief Sold - $0.00
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Ginny Williams - Persimmons
Ginny Williams - Persimmons Sold - $0.00
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Ginny Williams - Hope Only Needs a Place to Alight
Ginny Williams - Hope Only Needs a Place to Alight Sold - $0.00
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Ginny Williams - Invictus Maneo
Ginny Williams - Invictus Maneo Sold - $0.00
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Ginny Williams - Still Life with Yellow
Ginny Williams - Still Life with Yellow Sold - $0.00
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About the artist

We had the privilege of meeting Ginny Williams at an international art exhibit in Boston, where her striking representational paintings were getting a lot of attention.  We were immediately drawn to the thoughtfully painted work, the clever titles and the rich, deep hues.  And when we got to know the artist, we were equally charmed by her delightful wit, her sensibilities as an artist, her depth of knowledge and her modesty.  This one’s got it all and we are honored to represent her.


GC Williams has a BA in art history and began her artistic career as a self-taught artist. She subsequently studied at several classical ateliers including 4 years at the Academy of Realist Art, Boston. Influenced heavily by her studies of and love for the art of the northern European Renaissance, she creates still life paintings that employ chiaroscuro and symbolism to point beyond themselves to more enduring truths. Just as the still life masters of long ago used everyday objects to convey timeless messages pertinent to the culture of the day, Williams’ works often have underlying symbolism in the placement and combination of objects she chooses to paint. With tight renderings and playfulness she attempts to draw the viewer beyond an initial appreciation of a pretty picture into a deeper engagement and understanding of the language of the still life.