ASHLEY ELIZA WILLIAMS
Ashley Eliza Williams is a painter, sculptor, and amateur ecologist exploring new ways of interacting with nature and with each other. She received her BA from The University of Virginia and her MFA from The University of Colorado, Boulder. She was a 2018 participant in MASS MoCA’s A4A North Adams Project and has been in residence at Vermont Studio Center, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, RedLine Denver, Alte Schule, Germany and Shangyuan Art Museum, China. Her work has been shown at K Contemporary Art in Denver, Hersbruck Museum in Germany, The National Center for Atmospheric Research, Bronx Museum project space, and The University of Colorado Museum among other places. Williams has taught at The University of Colorado, Colorado State University, and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She is a member of the research-based art collective Sprechgesang Institute and currently lives in Western Massachusetts.