Justin Williams’ solo presentation ‘Grass Like Paper Cuts’ has recently been reviewed by Celina Lei for ArtsHub.
In her review she writes, “One doesn’t need to look far to see art historical references in Williams’ work, yet his paintings are recognisably him. Storytelling is evident, where each character feels significant despite their seemingly mundane setting or pose. Add to that the push and pull of longing, isolation, hope and the idea of being an outcast, and it’s clear that Williams is an artist skilled at capturing people and humanity while building beyond what’s real.”
Read the full review here.