Robert Alexander Williams

The great novelist, poet and defender of the natural world, Wendell Berry, called himself a “placed” person. His home is Kentucky where his family has lived for generations. He has famously said, “ If you don’t know where you are, then you don’t know who you are.” The ethereal ambrotype glass prints by Robert Alexander Williams could not have been made by a person who was not also “placed.” Bob lives in rural Virginia in the shadow of Jump Mountain and by his own admission he seldom wanders farther than a few hundred acres beyond his front door. Bob “knows” where he is and his photography give you a true emotional sense of his place. GALLERY 1/1 is proud to be the first to exhibit Bob's work in Seattle.

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Robert Alexander Williams In the Brambles
In the Brambles, 2012
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
8 x 6.5 in
$ 900
Robert Alexander Williams Black Walnut
Black Walnut, 2012
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
8 x 6.5 in
$ 900
Robert Alexander Williams Brambles
Brambles, 2011
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
8 x 6.5 in
$ 900
Robert Alexander Williams Dawn of Photography
Dawn of Photography, 2012
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
8 x 6.5 in
$ 950
Robert Alexander Williams Dead Willow
Dead Willow, 2012
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
10 x 10 in
$ 1,000
Robert Alexander Williams Untitled
Starvation Acres, 2011
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
4 x 3 in
$ 850
Robert Alexander Williams Trees off Jump Mountain Road
Trees off Jump Mountain Road, 2012
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
8 x 6.5 in
$ 900
Robert Alexander Williams
Winter Respite, 2014
Ambrotype on Black Glass
Unique 1/1
4 x 5 in
$ 850

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