I met Alice Williams work before I met the artist, herself. About two years into working at Hagan Fine Art in Charleston, the opportunity to carry her work presented itself.
I quickly grew to love her manner of painting with vivid colors, energetic brushstrokes, and so much personality. Her buildings come to life with their own unique personalities. You can hear the breeze blowing through her landscapes. Her still lifes create a quiet moment that will be broken any moment with the sound of laughter.
So, when I finally met her, face-to-face, in 2017 I immediately understood that everything she paints is a self-portrait of her own energy. She inspires joy, romance, beauty, and imagination. People collect and bring her paintings into their lives because they want to escape into the worlds she creates... which also just so happens to be the world she lives in.
At the beginning of September, I had the wonderful opportunity to fly out to Provence to meet with Alice, her husband Don and her daughter Christine, to start our adventure together.
I am proud to announce I am now the Agent and Business Manager for Post-Impressionist artist Alice Williams!
What exactly does this mean? It means I am here to help Alice build out and manage her business, marketing strategies, and goals to help her strengthen her legacy in art history. She's had a wonderful team, aka her family, to provide the support to help her grow her business relationships with the galleries that represent her. I'm here to help expand that.
During our time together in Provence, Alice expressed so many ideas and dreams she wants to achieve... more than sharing her art with collectors and art lovers. My goal is to help introduce her work to more people, build up her online presence, and help her educate others through her teaching (yes, workshops, lessons, and more!)
We have many plans already in the works. So, please follow Alice on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up for her bi-weekly emails to stay up-to-date with her latest pieces, her life, and our projects.
And most importantly - Support small businesses! Visit her galleries storefronts and websites.