Terry Williams

Terry Williams’ twenty-seven-year career spans drawing, he is known most for his lively soft sculptures, his career reflects a diverse exploration of materials and techniques. His oeuvre reveals an ongoing fascination with UFOs, science fiction, anthropomorphic creatures, people and industrial and domestic settings. In recent years his distinctive soft-sculptures have dominated his practice and highlights his tactile and process-driven approach to making handcrafted works of art from ordinary materials. Terry Williams (born 1952) has attended Arts Project Australia since 1994 and his solo exhibitions include a curated show by Ricky Swallow at White Columns, New York (2015) and Arts Project in 2016. He has been included in numerous group exhibitions including Everyday imagining: new perspectives on Outsider art, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne (2014), The Soft Knife, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, NSW (2014) ,Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne (each year from 1995 – 2014) and Renegades: Outsider Art, National touring exhibition (2013 – 14). His work is held in private collections throughout Australia and internationally.