Connie is an incredibly gifted artist working in a variety of media covering a wide range of subject matter. Her artwork is the foundation of the AppleShed Gallery and the reason the AppleShed was created. She works fluidly in watercolor, acrylics and oils. Many of her works combine different media along with dimensional textures and elements. Her paintings reflect to a large degree living and growing up in Western Colorado with mountain landscapes and rural country scenes. She has had a long time fascination with the spirit of Native Americans. A subject matter she treats with respect for the people while portraying her unique and fascinating vision.

Country Living

Connie Williams enjoys creating artwork with a country theme that reflects her rural upbringing and lifestyle. Her watercolors are bright and fresh with a slightly whimsical touch. As fun as a day in the country!

Prints and greeting cards are available of most of Connie's artwork at the AppleShed Gallery.
 

Western Landscapes

Living in the West it is impossible not to be awed by the magnificent landscapes we are surrounded by. Connie Williams has always painted the West bringing her unique vision and perspective to these stunning landscapes.

Native Spirits

Connie Williams has always been fascinated with the imagery of Native Americans. It is a subject matter she brings her own unique vision to and at the same time a subject she treats with respect. These paintings are quite stunning in design and color.
 

The West

It is only natural for Connie to be attracted to images reflecting the life in the West. The area she lives in has a strong western heritage that is strong today.

Field & Stream

A constantly recurring theme in Connie's artwork is nature images of trees, shrubs, forests, streams and lakes. It is a lot of fun as well as amazing to look at all the different ways and moods she treats this subject matter.

Connie Williams New Artwork

These beautiful pieces of artwork are just a taste of what Connie has been up to. You must come in and see!