Steve Williams: #ibelieveinMOCA for its strong vision

Steve Williams is well known throughout Jacksonville as the president of Harbinger Sign, the owner of Florida Mining Gallery, and a hard-core advocate of the arts and development in the urban core. He recently purchased the old Peterson's Five & Dime building in Five Points and renovated it to house a new location for Hoptinger Bier Garden & Sausage House. He's also a big fan of of MOCA Jacksonville. Find out why on the MOCA Blog.

© JILL NATHANSON, Fluid Measure, 2015. Acrylic and polymers on panel, 52 x 45 inches. Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, gift of the artist and Berry Campbell Gallery. Portrait image courtesy of Jensen Hande Studios. Photo Illustration by Nolan Downs.


Artist Profile Jill Nathanson

Jill Nathanson

The color field paintings by Jill Nathanson are rich with contradiction as they explore color energies, material versus immaterial, as well as tensions between form and color. Process oriented, she embarks on a thorough practice of creating studies from torn transparent paper before finalizing placements and hues. Nathanson then pours polymer gels of hand-crafted oils and acrylics into elegant, fluid paintings on panel.

Photo by Polite Photographic.