Jason Williams


This weekend: Preview of the Boylan Heights Artwalk, and the Exterminati exhibition at the Nature Gallery OPENS!

As an artist, finding a venue for a decent long-term exhibition can be both a challenge and a source of excitement. Having dropped off 17 pieces from the Exterminati series at the Nature Gallery, I am very excited about the exposure it will bring the series. Details of the exhibition are below, excerpted from the […]


Preview to Blowing Rock’s Art in the Park, Sept. 10

Jason and I had a great weekend at last month’s Art in the Park in Blowing Rock, NC, and as such we’ll be leaving for this Saturday’s festival at a truly ungodly hour.  But that’s the nature of being a traveling artist – you go where the shows are. Jason will be showing even more […]


First month of the Fall season wrap, and preview of Lazy Days in Cary

We’d planned on taking the summer off to work on new collections and pieces, and to recover from a busy spring. However, in mid-July we found ourselves at the Destination Dix Festival in Raleigh, NC, for a day.  It was the inaugural year for the festival, and boy was it hot!  There was a lot […]


Busy Weekend! Panoply & Durham Art Walk!

We have a couple of different events featuring our artists this weekend! First up, John Elliott, will be showing in Panoply Arts Festival in Huntsville Alabama.  This is the first time he has attended this event.  It looks like it will be a fun weekend with fireworks every evening!  Panoply is the Southeast’s premier arts […]


Boylan Heights Art Walk

We are so excited to participate in our first Boylan Heights Art Walk!  It looks like the weather is going to be great (for an early December NC day)!  Both Jason and John will be out with paintings, prints and cards!  This is a great time to get those special gifts for the holidays.  This […]


Durham Art Walk Spring Market

Both John Elliott and Jason Williams will be showing this year at the Durham Art Walk Spring Market! John will have the complete Exterminati Collection fresh off the Artspace Corridors Gallery showing and Cary Spring Daze.  This collection features 15 different paintings.  The collection concept reinvents a 18th to 19th scientific illustration and gives it […]