Selected Paintings by Ernest Williamson III

 Yayue Dancers

 Oil, Acrylic, & Ink on Paper

 

Abstract art is a venue for artists who desire to portray the dissonance and continuity among elements of harmony and elements of chaos. By and large my work attempts to manifest the truest reality of reality which is a universal disconnect among connections within our own worlds and within our countless universes.

 

—Ernest Williamson III

 

 Art of the DJ

 Oil, Acrylic, & Ink on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 Wanderlust

 Oil, Acrylic, & Ink on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 Stranger by the Pink Cross

 Oil, Acrylic, & Ink on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 Spirit of Hendrix

 Oil, Acrylic, & Ink on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 My Meditations 

 Oil, Acrylic, & Ink on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ernest Williamson III has published creative work in over 600 journals. He has published poetry in over 200 journals, including The Oklahoma Review, The Roanoke Review, Pamplemousse, formerly known as The Gihon River Review, Westview: A Journal of Western Oklahoma , I-70 Review, Review Americana, and Pinyon Review. Some of his visual artwork has appeared in journals such as Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, The William & Mary Review, New England Review, The Tulane Review, The Wisconsin Review, and The Penn Review. Williamson has published articles on comparative education in the academic journal Academic Exchange Extra (University of Northern Colorado), and his research has been cited in journals such as The Urban Review and The Public Purpose(American University). Many of his creative works have been published in journals representing over 80 colleges and universities around the world. Dr. Williamson's poetry has been nominated three times for the Best of the Net Anthology. For 5 years, Dr. Williamson was an Assistant Professor of English & Department Coordinator at Allen University, currently he is Assistant Director of Education Projects at Tennessee State University. He holds a B.A. and an M.A. in English/Creative Writing/Literature from the University of Memphis, a PhD in Higher Education Leadership, Management, & Policy from Seton Hall University, and a leadership certificate from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Learn more here: www.ernestwilliamsoniii.com

 

 

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