Maryann Williams

Maryann Williams has lived in the Abington area since the late 60’s. She has always had an interest in painting and a love for the arts. In 2002 she became more focused about painting; mostly self-taught she enjoys attending workshops sponsored by local and nationally known artists. Mediums she currently works with are watercolors and oils.

She has been a member of PEPS (Pennsylvania En Plein Air Society, which is currently inactive), became a signature member in 2008. Maryann was instrumental in the start of a project PEPS was involved in which consisted of painting many of the area’s railroad stations celebrating their wonderful architecture and honoring the railroad’s history. Maryann has shown artwork locally: Scranton’s First Fridays, Elm Park Church, Mondays in Moscow, Glenburn Township, EMCA and Tunkhannock Court House, Creedon’s Floral Shop, Scranton, Nimble Hill Winery, Tunkhannock, and some PEPS venues among others.

Maryann gets her inspiration from the wonderful world that surrounds us… the vibrant colors of flowers… the way the sunlight dances on water and filters through trees… how grass and leaves sparkle after a rain… and the radiance of sunrise or sunset. She does not limit herself to just painting nature… the possibilities are endless!

It is her wish that her paintings inspire the viewer and take them to a place they can envision themselves being.

CONTACT INFORMATION

email:
m.williams05@hotmail.com
Instagram:
mwilliams_expressing_colour

BIO

Maryann Williams has lived in the Abington area since the late 60’s. She has always had an interest in painting and a love for the arts. In 2002 she became more focused about painting; mostly self-taught she enjoys attending workshops sponsored by local and nationally known artists. Mediums she currently works with are watercolors and oils.

She has been a member of PEPS (Pennsylvania En Plein Air Society, which is currently inactive), became a signature member in 2008. Maryann was instrumental in the start of a project PEPS was involved in which consisted of painting many of the area’s railroad stations celebrating their wonderful architecture and honoring the railroad’s history. Maryann has shown artwork locally: Scranton’s First Fridays, Elm Park Church, Mondays in Moscow, Glenburn Township, EMCA and Tunkhannock Court House, Creedon’s Floral Shop, Scranton, Nimble Hill Winery, Tunkhannock, and some PEPS venues among others.

Maryann gets her inspiration from the wonderful world that surrounds us… the vibrant colors of flowers… the way the sunlight dances on water and filters through trees… how grass and leaves sparkle after a rain… and the radiance of sunrise or sunset. She does not limit herself to just painting nature… the possibilities are endless!

It is her wish that her paintings inspire the viewer and take them to a place they can envision themselves being.