Michael L. Williams, a native of Washington, D.C., moved to Vermont in 1972 and has lived and worked in South Dorset since 1985. Williams studied extensively over a ten-year period at several prestigious art schools such as the Corcoran School of Fine Art, Washington, D.C.; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and St. Martin’s School of Fine Art in London, England. While working briefly for Anthony Caro, before leaving St. Martin’s and England, Caro suggested that he look at Bennington, Vermont as it was a focal point of formalist painting and sculpture. For two years in the early 70’s, Williams was the sculpture teaching assistant at Bennington College. He was Studio Assistant to Kenneth Noland. He also fabricated sculptures for Isaac Witkin, Brower Hatcher, James Wolfe, Willard Boepple, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and Wendy Lehman.
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