Light + Space Spring Exhibition
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by Suzy Starling April 27, 2024.                  ​The Pacific Design Center partnered with Los Angeles Magazine Publisher Chrisopher Gialanella and local artists Todd Williamson, Laddie John Dill, Paal Anand for an art panel on their Spring exhibition "Light + Space" at the PDC. In attendance were Joan Quinn, Amanda Quinn Olivar, Joey Zhou Founder of Beverly Art & LABA Internationale Art Festival , Artist Christina Craemer and Maria Hughes, Director at The PDC. Curator’s Steve Galindo and Issa Abebsah of FUTURE DMND collaborated o ..read more
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TODD WILLIAMSON NAMED 2024 FOUNDATION GRANT AWARD WINNER BY POLLOCK KRASNER FOUNDATION
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I am absolutely thrilled to share some wonderful news with you. I have been honored with the prestigious 2024 Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant. This is an incredibly significant moment in my career, and it's the third time that the Foundation has recognized my work, which makes it all the more special. My journey in art, deeply rooted in the traditions of mid-20th century American Abstract Expressionism, has always been about pushing boundaries and exploring new frontiers in visual expression. Receiving this grant feels like a validation of the countless hours and the immense dedication I've p ..read more
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WHAT MAKES ABSTRACT ART GOOD?
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*photo Museum of Modern Art "The Big Picture" CBS news Dana Tyler WHAT MAKES ABSTRACT ART GOOD? What Makes Abstract Artwork Good?   Abstract art has always gotten the response that anyone can do it but is it any good if they do and will it ever be valuable? Probably not.  All art has a complex web of things that make the art good, valuable, and worth collecting.  It has a long history of being passed down generation to generation or be auctioned off at higher and higher values. Good art is judged on the technical issues of the way it is painted and constructed, and on the ..read more
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Todd Williamson, Helen Frankenthaler, Elaine de Kooning
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Todd Williamson, Helen Frankenthaler, and Elaine de Kooning's art will be shown together in a fascinating display of abstract expressionism in Bridging the Abstract @ the Georges Berges Gallery NY.  All three artists are known for their use of color and their ability to capture emotion through their unique styles. Williamson's bold and vibrant works are complemented by Frankenthaler's more subdued and fluid pieces, which often feature subtle shifts in color and texture. Meanwhile, de Kooning's dynamic and energetic brushstrokes add an additional layer of complexity to ..read more
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Artworld Heavy Hitters and Hunter Biden's Work
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by the New York Post. April 1, 2023 “Bridging the Abstract,” a group exhibition that opens April 6 at the Georges Bergès Gallery in Soho NYC, includes some of the first son’s latest works alongside paintings by Elaine de Kooning and Helen Frankenthaler. Among the painters featured in “Bridging the Abstract” are Todd Williamson, a contemporary painter based in Los Angeles, and Hisako Kobayashi, a Japanese-born artist who lives in the East Village. Frankenthaler, an American abstract expressionist painter, died in Connecticut in 2011. Elaine de Kooning, a landscape and portrait artis ..read more
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Light | color | shape
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Todd Williamson-Frank Teufel by STADT DEGGENDORF March 2023.  Line and form, intense colors and simple, natural materiality, painting and sculpture: from March 17, 2023, the works of the multi-award-winning American Todd Williamson and the German sculptor Frank Teufel will enter into a dialogue. This results in exciting new perspectives on the works of both artists. The exhibition, which opens on Thursday, March 16th, 2023 at 7 p.m. in the Stadtgalerie im Stadtmuseum, continues the series of collaborations between the Stadtmuseum Deggendorf and the Kunstforum Schloss Hohenstein, part ..read more
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Icon Winners Todd Williamson and Joe Davidson Exhibit with Christina Craemer at Imago Galleries
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Palm Desert, California, USA. 25th April, 2022. Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) Icon Award winners Todd Williamson and Joe Davidson, are currently exhibiting with artist Christina Craemer at Imago Galleries in Palm Desert, California. The exhibition is named "The Deeper the Blue," and explores the ideas of color, spirit, and freedom. The renowned painter Wassily Kandinsky, known for abstracts and expressionist use of color, stated that “color is a means of exercising direct influence upon the soul, where color is the keyboard, the eye the hammer, and the soul the piano of many strings.” Artis ..read more
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Meet Todd Williamson: Artist, co-founder ArtEmerge.org
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ShoutOutLA  6/28/2021 https://shoutoutla.com/meet-todd-williamson-artist-co-founder-artemerge-org/ We had the good fortune of connecting with Todd Williamson and we’ve shared our conversation below. Hi Todd, what role has risk played in your life or career? Risks are important to keep us interested in the flow of life and alive! We need to take risks to grow and to challenge ourselves. 2020 allowed, or rather made me, take a couple of huge risks that could potentially change the course of my career. I started working with a global luxury assest company that works exclusive ..read more
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Georges' Berges artist spotlight 2020
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Georges' Berges, Author Georges' Berges Gallery NY, Berlin The Future of Art 462 West Broadway New York, New York 10012.      ph: 212.475.4524 info@bergesgallery.com By every standard, 2020 has been one of the most challenging years in our recent history. As we start to process and search for a personal and cultural meaning of this experience, I am reminded of Joseph Campbell’s words, “The dark night of the soul comes just before revelation. When everything is lost, and all seems darkness, then comes the new life and all that is needed.”  As this ill-period passes by, we t ..read more
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Art Scams!  What to look for.
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I get a lot of email #art #scams and with the worldwide crisis, I get more than ever!  They are tricky to see as a scam but most of them have similarities that make them easy to spot.   Here are a few things to look for: Usually they are very polite but with bad grammar.  They are buying for a spouse for a birthday or anniversary.  They  are always in a hurry and they want to pay by check!  DONT DO IT!   They best thing is to trust your instincts.  They are usually right.   If I ever think they could be real, I forward them on to my r ..read more
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