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JERRY McWILLIAMS




Winter Sunset @ The Crossing

36" x 48" oil
$4600



Galen's Sunset

24" x 18" oil
$1700



Meadow with Red Trees

8" x 16" oil
SOLD



Autumn Meadow

11" x 14" oil
$1100



Finally, Glorious Morning Light

11" x 12" oil on board
$1000



Autumn Landscape

10" x 10" oil
$900



Meadows of Many Colors

12" x 9" oil
$900



Autumn Colors

8" x 12" oil on board
SOLD



Reflections, Spring Meadow

12" x 12" oil on panel
SOLD



Snow Remnants

8" x 10" oil
$700



Red Trees with Blue Rolling Hills

20" x 22" oil
SOLD



Green Meadow with Red & Blue

16" x 20" oil
SOLD



Morning Colors

12" x 12" oil
SOLD



Sun Breaking Thru

18" x 24" oil
$1950



Wandering Shadows

20" x 24" oil
$2050


Jerry McWilliams was born in 1945 in Durant, Oklahoma. Jerry graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in 1969 and moved his wife Janet and their family to Dallas, Texas. There, he worked as an engineering draftsman for Texas Instruments until 1974, when he returned to Oklahoma. Jerry has been professionally exhibiting his art since 1981.

"I want my work to reflect a love of color and the dramatic interplay of light and shadow. I hope my painting, whether on location or in the studio, will show a passion for the actual application of the paint itself."

Jerry has attended workshops under such noted artists as Albert Handell and Kevin MacPherson, as well as giving his own workshops and demonstrations. Jerry and his family now live on the "old home place" which is a 120 acre farm and ranch bordered on the south by the Blue River, where Jerry gets much of his subject matter and inspiration.

Jerry is a member of such organizations as Oil Painters of America and Pastel Society of America. He has exhibited in several museums such as Gilcrease and Philbrook in Tulsa and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. He has also been awarded acceptance into The American Plains Artists Show, American Art in Miniature Show, a workspace fellowship at the Woodstock School of Art, and numerous placings at the Southwest Pastel society in Dallas Texas.