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Saturday, July 05, 2008

Paintings by Robert Williams




Robert Williams Homepage: http://www.robtwilliamsstudio.com/


Zer0_II said...

Please let me know if you like the occasional artwork that I have been posting, or if you would prefer for me to strictly make music related posts. I thought the artwork would be a refreshing addition for those times when I'm not able to update as often as I would like.

grapepowder said...

Nice post, i forgot about this artist.

I also like Joe Coleman, who i think is similar in style and theme. Coleman uses single hair brushes for very fine detail (or at least he did 15 years ago when i first got into him).


Zer0_II said...

grapepowder: Thanks for the feedback. I'm familiar with Joe Coleman's work also. A friend introduced me to him a few years ago. The detail and creativity that goes into both artists' work is absolutely mind boggling.

Thanks for reminding me of Coleman though. I might post some of his work soon.

Mars said...

Nice! I met Robert back in '99 when the record/comic shop I worked at hosted him at Dragon*Con. He was very mellow, his wife did most of the talking (she was cool, thank god). He signed books for us and got my name wrong. He felt so bad about it he sent me a corrected copy! Oh yeah! My boss took him to an autopsy! They were visibly shaken - it was a murder victim. Wow, that is morbid stuff!

Zer0_II said...

Mars: Thanks for the interesting story. The autopsy bit sounds especially interesting. Considering his artwork, I would assume that Mr. Williams would have loads to talk about, but then again gifted men of genius don't always open up quickly to others. Which books did he sign for you (if you don't mind me asking)?

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