Zachary J Williams is a painter currently based in Houston via Sacramento and Chicago. He works in traditional methods, but completely contemporary concepts and narratives. His paintings are themes of complex and sophisticated subjects including gun violence among children and the loss of innocence. Zachary has been included in many group and solo exhibits within wonderful galleries and museums, with recent inclusion in an upcoming show in Chicago for the Black Panther Organization’s 50th anniversary. Check out the details in links below. Zachary is a committed painter working daily in his Sabine Street Studio, and opens his studio during second Saturdays and by appointment. Please join us on the podcast to get to know Zachary!