Reviews

Annette Gates and Pandra Williams at Kiang Gallery – Access Atlanta

“Williams merges her clay sculpture, installation practice and environmental advocacy in the magical “Radicis, ” an installation of abstracted natural forms that glows strange and wonderful…”

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Artists collaborative Kiang Gallery show is a natural wonder – Creative Loafing

“…In “Radicis,” Williams hybridizes the natural world and the technological one… As a successful artistic collaboration, In Significance becomes its own ecosystem in which each artist’s work has its own presence and makes its own contribution, but is given greater significance by the other’s presence.”

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Pandra Williams at Kiang Gallery – Burnaway.org

“…Radicis creates a mood-altering environment and provides a symbolic map for a thoroughly rational understanding of part of the universe.”

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Arts this is Jack Walsh 07 – 2008

“I met Pandra when we did a segment on the B Complex, and I thought her ceramic sculptures were really compelling. And by compelling, I mean kinda terrifying. She does these tentacled, fanged, slithery forms, disembodied organs, and microscopic critters amplified in scale to nightmarish proportions. Never have I seen sculpture that looks so squishy, yet so menacing.”

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Fantastical Sculptures 02 – 2008

“interpretations of both plant and planktonic organisms (microscopic algae and protozoa) are eerie and irresistible hybrids.”

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Dead Flowers shows beauty in deterioration 11 – 2007

“…Pandra Williams has shaped 11,000 pounds of Atlanta clay into adobe blocks and built a hillock reminiscent of ancient tombs…”

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Artists collection grows 04 – 2006

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High, galleries blossom in 2005

“It was a good year for women and ceramics …”

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Artpapers 09 – 2005

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VIZARTS: New works find Freedom 06 – 2005

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