The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Tag: modern architecture

Oakland, California based painter Warner Williams has earned his fair share of success since beginning his career in the 1970s, but you won't find him on any lists of major Pop art players. Williams considers himself as an outsider of the contemporary movement: "I chose a 35,000 year-old tradition of painting as an alternative. I believe in sacred geometry, significant form, and the spirit resonance of color," he says, applying this philosophy to create brilliantly colored oil paintings that remix California's landscape.

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