Jennifer Williams is an Australian born contemporary landscape and figurative artist who runs a movement therapy practice in Westport Connecticut Her paintings are alive with color and light, and expertly capture the essence of free, uninhibited growth and movement as found in nature. She is a close observer of nature's rhythms, patterns and revelations. Connections between her understanding of ecosystems and body systems are evident in the imagery, structure and fluidity of her compositions. Williams primarily uses translucent oil paints on metal substrates to create luminous works exploring nature, architecture and figures. Her work is recognized for her expressionistic brush work and delicate extraction and glazing techniques. Williams has a BA in Business and has studied Fine Arts at Parsons School of Design in New York and at Rowayton Arts Center and Silvermine School of Art in Connecticut. Her award-winning work is exhibited and collected in The United States, Europe, Australia and the Caribbean. Her paintings are currently on exhibit in Paris, New York and Connecticut and on long term exhibit at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, NY. Jennifer has works permanently on display in the Rene Soto Gallery in CT and DDG Galerie, Paris.