Mason Williams Introduces
Mason has teamed with internationally known stencil artist Sheri Hoeger to produce the first of a series of limited-edition stenciled prints. The prints are a blend of Mason's irrepressible sense of humor and design with that of Sheri's aesthetic and technical skills.
CONCEPTUAL ARTIST RETROSPECTIVE:
In 1967, Mason Williams endeavored to create an actual-size photo of a Greyhound Bus. The unique piece is much sought after and its appearance has been the focal point on the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, in Life Magazine and at the Norton-Simon Museum of Art in Pasadena, CA to name just a few.
Skywriter art concept Desert NW of Apple Valley, California, July 11, 1967
In 1967, Mason made his idea to skywrite the world's biggest sunflower a reality. More...
Mason's satire needs no further explanation than is express in his own one-liner:
"White on White"
November 11, 2000
Mason was asked to create a piece of art inspired by the hit broadway play, "ART." The piece was donated to the Willamette Repertory Theatre's fund raiser, The "END" of "ART."“White On White” was a limited edition of 13 for private collections only.
Royal Road Test
6 1/4” x 9 1/2” / 64 pages
1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Limited editions, approximately 5500 copies
Published by Mason Williams / Heavy Industry Publications
“How to Derive Maximum
Scenario published by Mason Williams
A compilation of cuts from Mason Williams’ (5) Warner Brothers albums
Cover Art: Edward Ruscha (1969)
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