Al McWilliams’ sculptural forms are developed through observation and drawing with associations that drift between figuration and abstraction but are anchored in neither. His sculptures offer a narrative that is relational and open with no clear beginning or end, but rather an abundance of meeting points between form and material. The white Carrera marble is a familiar material, calling to mind the long, rich history of western sculpture and architecture. The polished surface of the red granite makes it difficult to see detail from afar, drawing the viewer in towards the works to discover its vibrant internal activity.

Selected Works

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Al McWilliams

Brass and Paper #17


Brass on paper

  • Paper Size: 8 1/2" x 5 3/4"
  • $2,200
Al McWilliams

Dark Form 1


Lemurian granite on aluminum

  • 32" x 22 1/2"
Al McWilliams

The Left Hand Doesn’t Always Know What the Right Hand is Doing


Marble, beeswax over photograph on wood

  • 32" x 28"
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Al McWilliams

White Form 2


White marble on aluminum

  • 32" x 17"
Al McWilliams

Installation view

Al McWilliams

Installation view

Al McWilliams

Red Form 1, 2017


Red granite on aluminum

  • 29 1/4" x 15 1/2"
Al McWilliams

Paper Cut #6 (Variation 1)


400 lb. Watercolour Paper

  • 19 1/2" x 16 1/2"

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