William Vollers

William Vollers works in several mediums including assemblage, collage, photography and most recently digital imagery. In all of his work there is a consistent sensibility and aesthetic which perhaps can be best be defined as abstract minimalism. An example of this is very evident in his digital imagery which allows the viewer to interpret and respond to the image from a purely personal veiwpoint. His influences include Robert Rauschenberg, Joseph Beuys, Cy Twombly and most importantly the inspiration from environment around him, for example the seeming chaotic pattern of barren tree branches and twigs or the imperfections and natural deterioration of objects.

Recent Exhibits:

The Chelsea International Fine Art Exhibit Agora Gallery                                                   530 West 25th Street                                     New York NY                                               2015

"This is Not Art"                                        Mystic Museum of Art                                   Mystic Ct                                                        2017                                                HONORNABLE MENTION

"61st Regional Show"                                Mystic Museum of Art                                   Mystic Ct                                                         2017                      

"The Wabi-Sabi Aesthetic"                      Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds                     Old Lyme Ct                                                  2017

"Gallery One Exhibit"                             Guilford Art Center                                  Guilford CT                                                          2017                                                 

"Summer Sculpture Showcase"                  Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds                   Old Lyme CT                                                   2016

 

Vollers' work featured in

Take Magazine                                                https://thetakemagazine.com/ 

The Woven Tale Press VOL IV #1

http://www.thewoventalepress.net/2016/02/02/6810/