|Charissa Terranova, art critic and reviewer of a recent solo exhibition:
"The most powerful pieces in this show were those in which Williamson used the everyday straw to embody amorphous but
symbolic form. . . Williamson's flagworks have a different intention (than that of Jasper Johns'), a thesis on American
artifice, waste, and bloated desire."
|David Lane, Juror for a recent international competition:
"I found Williamson's piece compelling. There's sympathy with the subject and the material. This is a good example of a
piece that raises the questions, and probably keeps them raised, while speculating on the "answer". . . "
|Mark P. Williamson Stone Sculptor