‘Exploring Mindscapes: An Artist’s Reflection’

"A Clearing on the Plains," by Jon Williams

Intervals of isolation seasoned in the course of the pandemic caused several to replicate on their private experiences and how it has affected their life and artwork.

The purpose of the RAM Annual Invitational is to really encourage, acknowledge and challenge experienced artists. At the moment on see, all functions will be for sale and proceeds will gain RAM’s displays and the collaborating artists.

The honorable point out this calendar year is a 19 inch by 35 inch acrylic on canvas portray entitled “A Clearing on the Plains, 2020,” by Jon Williams. The painting invokes a one of a kind kind of isolation, a lone horseman. He’s an Indigenous individual astride a pony as the winds blow the storm out of the plains.

You may perhaps understand Jon Williams identify — he’s featured on “Voices of RAM” on fsram.org and RAM’s YouTube channel. Jon has only been portray a few of several years, because his retirement, and was somewhat stunned when he realized he experienced a talent. When asked about explain his painting, Jon he replied, “We can find peace amidst the storms that threaten us.”

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