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 Jason Williamson  (1926 - 2011)

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Lived/Active: Tennessee/Arizona      Known for: figure, landscape and animal watercolor painting, commercial art

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Following is the obituary of the artist, Arizona Republic via Legacy.com

Williamson, Jason Henry 85, a nationally prominent watercolorist, died in Scottsdale, AZ on June 14, 2011. A true patriot from Bristol, Virginia, he volunteered for the US Army Air Corps during WWII. After graduating from Emory and Henry College, Jason moved to Memphis, TN, achieving notoriety as owner of a commercial art agency, Art Director at the Memphis College of Art, and owner of The Golden Fleece Art Gallery in Memphis and later in Carefree, AZ.

He was selected as a signature member of the prestigious American Watercolor Society and National Watercolor Society and was a founding member of the Southern Watercolor Society and the "22 by 30" Painters of Arizona.

Jason discovered the color concept of "Black Azure" and was the Featured Artist in The World's Fair in 1984.

He is survived by his son Major General (Ret) Robert Jason Williamson (Darlene) and daughter Jan Williamson Brucker (Ed) both of Memphis, daughter Mary Guthrie Solon (Don) of Anthem, AZ, and was predeceased by his son, Mark Fielding Williamson (Rebecca). He is also survived by his sister, Colein Keyt of Scottsdale, AZ, two nephews, Richard Keyt (Carol) and Norm Keyt (Kathy) of Phoenix, AZ, and seven grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the Historic Church at the Cave Creek Museum in Cave Creek, AZ on Sat, June 25, at 10:00am. The family requests that in  lieu of flowers, donations be made to Hospice of the Valley at 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014, or Cave Creek Museum at P.O. Box 1, Cave Creek, AZ 85327.

Submitted by Marco Balzano, Phoenix AZ

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/azcentral/obituary.aspx?n=jason-henry-williamson&pid=152039441


Biography from Blue Coyote Gallery:
Born in 1926, Jason Williamson spent his early years in Virginia where he first became interested in art. Painting was always his primary interest, and from the beginning he favored watercolor painting.

Following service in the United States Air Force during World War II, he attended Emory and Henry college in Virginia. His art training was received at the Vesper George School of Art in Boston, Massaschusetts from 1947 to 1950 where he specialized in design and illustration. After graduating he served as art director for a pharmaceutical company in Bristol, Tennesee. He later joined the art department of Plough Inc. of Memphis, Tennesee before becoming a free-lance illustrator.

Soon after establishing his commercial art studio in Memphis, Williamson was asked to assume the advertising college art department directorship at the Memphis Academy of Art in 1960. He accepted the position while still maintaining his commercial studio. He continued to teach and operate the studio simultaneously for the next ten years.

In 1970 he relinquished both studio and instructing in order to open the Golden Fleece Art Gallery in Memphis. In 1976 the gallery was moved to Carefree, Arizona. Williamson operated the gallery with his wife Peggie for the next 17 years. For the last five years Jason was the Golden Fleece's sole featured artist. The gallery was closed in 1987 when Peggy decided to retire.

In 1978 he was selected for signature membership in the American Watercolor Society. This was followed in 1979 with signature membership in the National Watercolor Society.

Most of Williamson's painting has involved experimentation and developing techniques and styles of watercolor painting. He has over fifty one-man shows to his credit. Today he lives and paints in his studio in Cave Creek, Arizona.


Submitted June 2004 by Gary Fillmore-Blue Coyote Gallery




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