Peggy Williams has been an artist since childhood and began watercolor painting while living in Singapore and studying under two renowned, master painters. She studied fine art in college and has studied at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, The Art League and the Corcoran College of Art & Design in DC. As well as working as a professional artist in oil, acrylic and watercolor, she is both a sculptor and porcelain painter.
“Silent stone figures and regal bronze sculptures entice me into thier eternal world. Through their gracious strength and physicality, I discover life and movement. The paradox of changing surfaces on motionless yet resolute statues challenges me to discover their timeless narrative. It is their fluid relationship to meaing, time and identity that drives the narrative of my painting.”
Peggy’s work has been exhibited in galleries, corporations, homes and churches in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, London, New York, Houston, Dallas, and Washington, DC. She moved to the Washington, DC area from Houston in 2005 and currently resides in Virginia.