About the Artist
Third Adventure features the beautiful, aesthetic Giclée imagery of Richard Williams, who has resided in California for over 40 years. His work portrays the scenic Northern California Wine Region in a unique and memorable way.
Prior to becoming a Sonoma resident in 2005, Richard lived and raised a family in Marin County. It was there that he spent most of his life starting, building, and leading businesses through the cycle of infancy to maturation. His education at Indiana University helped prepare him for his collaboration with many skilled and talented professionals.
While in Marin County, he was active in non-profit organizations, including The Better Business Bureau where he served a two-year term as BBB Chairperson. One of Richard's many loves was coaching basketball, a passion he developed while living in Indiana.
After moving to Sonoma, Richard rekindled his love for photography and expanded his knowledge of the craft’s digital processes. While exploring photography, he became enamored with creating Giclée prints.He learned that Giclée was not just photography on canvas, quickly realizing that the entire process was what produced the spectacular outcome.
Defining The Third Adventure
Richard’s artwork is photography printed on canvas through the Giclée process, which allows the picture to come alive and capture the viewer. His art is well-known for its intricate subject detail, allowing one to see something new with each viewing.
Each work is gallery-wrapped or black edged and includes a finished backing with a certificate of authenticity. Each unique photograph also is limited to only 25 editions, making the art priceless and treasured by the owner. There are a limited number of pieces that are matted and framed in either barnwood or black.
Richard’s dedication to capturing the ageless traditions and aesthetic beauty of the Northern California Wine Region with images of barns, cars, trucks, farm equipment, and exquisite vineyards have made his work a favorite among photography lovers.
In 2010 Richard began accepting commission work from individuals and entities.This service provides historic value and serves to document precious environments for it's owners
His work has been on display at the Changing Seasons Art Gallery in Sonoma.