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Emily Williams-Wheeler’s artwork is collected worldwide. She has exhibited widely in solo and group shows. Her work is found in civic, medical, educational, corporate, and residential installations.
Her most recent project is a huge mural at West Acres mall that wraps around two outside brick walls and covers one interior wall. Just prior to that, Emily worked on a public installation in collaboration with artist Catie Miller. "Breaking the Surface," has 5 oversized, blue beaver sculptures installed at Davy Memorial Park in Moorhead, MN.
One of her projects spans 55’ across the exterior of a major skyway in downtown Fargo. (2020)
You can see her large abstract work in the newly completed Fargo City Hall. (2019)
She was selected as “Outstanding Artist of 2018” by The Arts Partnership because she started the first and only artist residency program in a mall in the US (in partnership with West Acres Mall). Also in 2018, her show, “Lint in My Pocket” toured the state, sponsored by the North Dakota Art Gallery Association.
In 2017, Williams-Wheeler’s acrylic/mixed-media painting, “Weather Permitting,” was selected for the cover of European art magazine, 1340ART, Q3. She was named North Dakota Artist of the Year by the prestigious TOSCA Magazine of Minneapolis, MN.
Williams-Wheeler lives in Fargo, ND with her husband and crazy, lovable Labradoodle, Ollie. She has been offering creative thinking and art appreciation classes to children of all ages for 17 years.
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