O’Hare Williams’ Art

Fine Art

Patti O’Hare Williams is an artist known for her jazzy, often whimsical still lifes and landscapes executed with graphic lines. Her watercolors and oils are nostalgic, unexpected, and offer a new view of a classic scene. Her work is included in private collections, while her collaboration with fellow artists grace the walls of the Marblehead (MA) Veterans Middle School and the Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston, MA.

Ms. Williams is an artist member of the North Shore Arts Association of Gloucester, MA and Marblehead Arts Assocation, Marblehead, MA. You can view her work by appointment at her studio in Marblehead, MA; North Shore Arts Association (in season), Gloucester, MA; Muzio Designs in Essex, MA;. and Living Swell In Marblehead, MA.

The work below represents the current phase of her fine art. Additional information can be obtained by emailing oharewilliams@gmail.com.

Available Paintings

Tamworth, NH ,Winter, 20″x30″ watercolor.
Field with Lupines, 24″x12″ acrylic on board
Jonquils with Three Apples, digitally enhanced image
Covered Bridge, Conway, NH, 24″x18″, acrylic on canvas
State Street 2018
OUTSTANDING WORK AWARD, Paint the Town, “State Street, 2018“… Judges comments include: “You get a clear sense of the bustling  Harbor, your eye wants to bob and float throughout this piece. This is an excellent example of Plein Air painting using watercolor. Enjoy overall composition and use of color, simplicity use of lines and brush strokes.” (22″ x 15″ watercolor, sold)
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Marblehead Harbor, 60″ x 22″ {2} 30″x22″ watercolor
Middle Street, 30″x22″ watercolor
Salem_Harbor_tile
Salem Harbor, 2017, 16″ x 20″ acrylic on board

Other paintings are available. Commissions are welcomed. Email the artist for information and other images you have in mind.

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Past Work and Unavailable

basilBAR
Basil’s Bar
pigseye
In a Pig’s Eye
Rip_Tide
The Rip Tide
OhareWilliams_Longfellow_Bridge
Longfellow Bridge
Scotts
Tamworth, NH
DRHillweb
Commission

 

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