It was fantastic to see Mandy Williams work up close as we have worked with her on F&A in the past. Her series ‘Unseen Landscapes’ was one of the highlights of the exhibition for us.
This multifaceted photographer has a fantastic eye for detail, composition and atmosphere...
Mandy Williams’ photographs of her three-dimensional constructions consider just what it is that makes a house a home, whether broken or otherwise.
A techno-echinoderm hybrid from some nightmarish Lovecraftian rock pool.
Moments and places of tension because the characters in her work take risks to get there
Compelling and intense
Williams’ theme takes on a stunning force … haunting look at the family home
A unique body of work … earned her exhibitions, awards and a respected position in the fine arts community north of the border
Goes beyond the photographic process to create a whole new genre of image
Images play with the tension between mechanical processes and hand-rendered art, and the effect is, both interesting and quite beautiful
Williams has created beautifully crafted portraits of the land which also prompt the viewer to think about their own interaction and connection with the world around them
...works are capable of establishing a presence and such an atmosphere of memories ...
Stunning and haunting ... the viewer feels as though he or she is voyeuristically peering into other people’s lives.
I find this image and series extremely evocative...
House 6 is a compelling and powerful image ... You can attach a meaning on many levels.
Imaginative sensibility… sensually and psychologically intriguing
Evocative ... Williams’ way of portraying this idea is canny and effective.
A striking portfolio. Premise of the family series is compelling and timely… excellent work
Extremely compelling new works
Mandy Williams‘ images in Before portray surfaces and reflections, not liquid but aerial, merging interior and exterior landscapes of a housing estate prior to its demolition.