CHARLES EDWARD WILLIAMS



SUN + LIGHT
WARM WATER
SELF
PUT YOUR HANDS WHERE MY EYES CAN SEE
BLACK RIVER
NIGHT
EVERYONE LOVES THE SUNSHINE
HERE WE STAND
I SIT + SEW

NEWS
01.22 Reckoning and Resilience
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, NC
01.22 Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts Grant,
New York, NY
01.22 Black River, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
(UMOCA), Salt Lake City, UT
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PROFILE
Charles Edward Williams is a contemporary visual artist from Georgetown, SC.
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TEXT BY: HEATHER HAKIMZADEH
© CHARLES EDWARD WILLIAMS
SELF



Myrtle Beach Museum of Art
21C Museum Hotel
In this series, Charles Williams continues to explore the nuances of his emotional relationship with water.  Williams has created a visual journal, revealing a deep dive into the trauma regarding his Thalassophobia, or fear of the ocean. Williams survived almost drowning three times. He shares his thoughts and emotions associated with those incidents.

Article: The Washington Post