In a relatively short span of 20 years, from 1983 to 2003, Louise Rae Williams produced a nearly unprecedented volume of work. She sold, traded, and donated over 200 works to various public and private collections. Her total output in these two decades included over 1,000 individual pieces using various mediums, sizes and shapes. She averaged more than two exhibitions a year including 18 solo exhibitions and 27 two person and invitational exhibitions. She influenced thousands of art students while teaching at four colleges and from her studio. She accomplished her work by mastering a wide variety of mediums and techniques including oils, pastels, watercolors, print making, and mixed media using almost anything at hand as her canvas.
Louise Rae Williams' Gallery
Louise was a western artist as most of her work was envisioned and completed in the western United States and remain in private and public collections in western states. Her work included the alienated, angels, bird boys, victims of the Green River serial murderer, dead cows, children dreaming, the mentally ill hallucinating, family, erotic cloudscapes and the sensuality of existing.