KJ Williams is an abstract expressionist/photographer. She has studied art at Newbury College and The Art Institute of Boston before moving to New Hampshire. Through her work, KJ has expressed her physical pain from an accident in 1993 to the depression and frustration of trying to work while in pain. She has been compared to Frida Kahlo in that respect.
In the past few years, her paintings have leaned more towards abstract representation of her thoughts, causes, and passions.
‘My work represents my life. It’s who I am. It’s my passion. If I could not express myself through my art, I would not exist.’
Her paintings, and drawings range from animals and people to abstract and self portraits. A piece can be dream orientated or a cause that she feels passionate about. Her strong use of earth tone colors capture a somewhat dark feel.
Through her photography, she expresses her strong love of nature, photographing the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire, her children, and animals.
She has sold many of her works. She is one of the artists featured in The Pain Exhibit. Her work can also be seen at Deviant Art, and Artmajeur.
Her photography can be seen at Viewbug.com