Williams, T. William, (Karen's Tale)
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"Karen's Tale" 2008 by William T. Williams
24 in x 18 in serigraph edition of 50 -- unframed
William T. Williams was born in Cross Creek, North Carolina. He received a BFA degree from Pratt Institute in 1966 and studied at The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. In 1968 he received an MFA degree from Yale University/School of Art and Architecture. He is presently Professor of Art at Brooklyn College, the City University of New York, whose faculty he joined in 1971.
Williams is a recipient of numerous awards including a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Awards, and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Award.
He is also a recipient of The Studio Museum in Harlem's Artist Award in 1992 and received The James Van Dee Zee Award from the Brandywine Workshop for lifetime achievement in the arts in 2005.
Most recently, he was the recipient of the 2006 North Carolina Governors Award for Fine Arts. The highest civilian honor the state can bestow. William's is represented in numerous museum and corporate collections including The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The North Carolina State Museum, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The Menil Foundation, Fogg Museum,
The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Library of Congress, Yale University Art Gallery, Chase Manhattan Bank, American Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, General Mills Corporation, United American Healthcare, Southern Western Bell Corporation and Prudential Insurance Company of America.
He has exhibited in over 100 museums and art centers in the United States, France, Germany, Russia, Venezuela, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, People's Republic of China and Japan.
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