The Artistry of Tina Williams

Welcome! If you enjoy the charm of a pure aesthetic touch -- the brightly-hued floral warmth of a magical ambiance -- then you'll surely enjoy the artistry of Tina Williams. Collectors certainly do! Tina's newest series of floral still life paintings has been very well received.

We've reproduced some favorites here, and we'll be adding new images as they become available. So be our guest and take a look; the most recent work appears at the top of the page -- just click on any of the images below to view the paintings in that series (note, however, that many individual works are no longer available). And let us know if you like what you see by clicking on the e-mail link at the end of the page.

     The Floral Still Life Series

New to the Gallery beginning in February 2001 is Tina's series of floral still life paintings -- a series which has proven to be very popular with collectors!

     Landscapes and Seascapes

Click on this image to see a selection of Tina's newest woodland, desert and coastal scenes. This page will be updated as new work is added, so be sure to visit again to see more of the latest series.

     The Coombe Hill Series featured Tina's Coombe Hill series during October 1999. You can see the feature, and read more about Tina's work, by visiting and selecting the chronicle. But first, click on this image to see a larger version of Coombe Hill Woods -- the very popular painting that inspired this series -- along with images of the other scenes, including Coombe River Bridge, which was given to the lucky winner of ArtQuest's free art giveaway.

     And, from the inaugural Los Angeles show...

In November - December 1998, Tina's work was shown publicly for the first time at her inaugural show in downtown Los Angeles at the TCW Tower. She had a one woman show which featured 32 original pieces. A sampling is shown here in her cottage series.

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