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Emily Williams-Wheeler

Emily Williams-Wheeler

Fargo, ND

"Whimsical elements, exuberant colors, plays on words. Paintings and sculptures."
Emily Williams-Wheeler is a self-taught artist. She graduated with distinction with a BA in interior design. Her artwork is collected worldwide. Known for her whimsical style, bold colors, and interesting mark-making, Williams-Wheeler plays in many media, including acrylics/graphite, encaustics, and wire/paper sculptures. She has exhibited widely in solo and group shows. Her work is found in medical, educational, corporate, and residential installations.

Williams-Wheeler earned the prestigious award of Outstanding Artist of 2018, given by The Arts Partnership because she created an artist residency program at West Acres Retail Mall in Fargo. At the time, it is the only mall in America offering such an opportunity. In 2017, Williams-Wheeler’s acrylic/mixed-media painting, “Weather Permitting,” was selected for the cover of European art magazine, 1340ART, Q3. Her work was included in an article and on the website. Her artwork has been incorporated into the architecture of new Dorothy Dodds Elementary School in Moorhead, MN, which was recently completed. She also has more than 30 paintings installed at the North American Corporate Headquarters of Horsch-Anderson Manufacturing as well as many other commercial and residential installations. She was named North Dakota Artist of the Year by the prestigious TOSCA Magazine of Minneapolis, MN. In 2018, she was a touring artist for the state through the North Dakota Art Gallery Association with her show, “Lint in My Pocket.”

Williams-Wheeler has a studio in Moorhead, MN. She has been offering creative thinking and art appreciation classes to children of all ages for nearly 15 years and leads workshops in mixed-media, encaustic painting, and creative problem solving. She lives in Fargo, ND with her amazing husband and crazy, lovable Labradoodle, Ollie.

How do your pieces come to life? Tell us one interesting thing about your creative process?

"My work is always an evolution. I begin with an idea or title and work with that for awhile, but more often than not, the piece turns in its own direction. My work comes to life through movement. Movement on the canvas through color, line, and texture or the motion in the 3-D work."
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