Sun America Building Sun America Building. main lobby, permanent collection Century City CA
Nashville International Airport Ticketing Lobby "The Destination" 2014-2015 Nashville
Unpolarized Light George Billis Gallery Los Angeles
A Convergence of Souls: Divine Discontent: West Hollywood, CA
A city sponsored Art Installation featuring Todd Williamson with Joe Davidson and Meeson Pae Yang. The 3 artists took 3 large vacant stores in a strip mall in West Hollywood and converted them into an art installation dealing with subjects from teen suicide, the church, mores, questioning institutions, beauty from decay, and ethereal landsca
Thoughts From a Mind Like Mine: George Billis Gallery Los Angeles, CA
HUFFINGTON POST HAIKU REVIEW: Todd Williamson seems in transition, moving from a darker to a lighter palette and toward a more and more articulated surface. No less about light (and shadow) than before, Williamson's abstract paintings now tend to the more consciously sensual. - Peter Frank
Two Solo-Exhibitions: Barbara Davis Gallery Houston, TX
Todd Williamson re-elaborates on the monochrome color field with the addition of a score of horizontal lines arranged in sequence from the top downwards and joined by penetrating blades of light. The interior need for order in the system of thought and pictorial research has made Williamson proceed with a kind of score on the canvas, a kind of plot, a scheme by means of which to read the work. Like musical scores bring order to the sounds transmitted by an indeterminate chaos of simple noises, turning them into a melody, Williamson gives pure color a visual and emotional order through the horizontal lines of his paintings.
The exhibition, ELEVATED, includes contemporary works by Andrea Bianconi, Chuck Close, Paul Fleming, Jenny Holzer, Donald Lipski, Joe Mancuso, Mie Olise, Danny Rolph, Ed Ruscha and Todd Williamson. The exhibition is curated by Barbara Davis.
Blurring the Lines: Leu Art Gallery- Belmont University, Nashville, TN 2009
Williamson combines his musical and visual arts talents with a performance in Harton Hall. The performance is a combination of three elements: music written by Greg Walter, a Williamson painting that is slowly revealed and a mirror attached to the back of the canvas to reflect the audience as it slowly turns. The purpose of the performance is to show the audience the influences and emotions that a visual artist feels when creating an original piece of artwork. "Blurring the Lines,"examines the question, “What influences an artist to keep painting?”