We’re excited to present the 30 juried artists for Paint Annapolis 2017! Come see them paint June 4th-11th around Annapolis and the greater Anne Arundel County area. 

Mick Williams is a Maryland artist specializing in vibrant realist watercolor landscapes, jazz and blues imagery, portraits, and still life paintings. He is a graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a degree in Visual Communications.

Mick Williams

Mick has enjoyed a long career in visual arts, with an extensive background as a graphic artist, art director, and syndicated cartoonist. In 2002, Williams was honored to create a series of paintings to represent the goals of Champions of Hope, an international youth service organization with roots in more than 200 countries. He presented these works to the charity’s founders during a global ceremony at the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C. Other charitable groups have sought his talents to create exclusive paintings, including the Murphy-Harbst House for Fragile Children and Habitat for Humanity, who commissioned a painting for a fund-raiser.

Williams is a signature member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society, as well as the Delaplaine Arts Organization, Mid-Atlantic Plein Aire Painters, and the Frederick County Arts Association. Mick has competed in many Plein air painting events in the Mid-Atlantic area including 3 times participating in the Easels in Frederick National competition. 

Piece by Mick Williams
Piece by Mick Williams

Paint Annapolis is on the way! Check out more about the artists, the events, and the art by clicking here! Join us in Annapolis, MD from June 4th-11th for art, wine, and food during the Annapolis Arts Week!

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