A legion of phallic and vaginal shapes in combination with human organs and sea creatures, create a wall of cartoonish harmony in each painting. It's no coincidence that from a distance the images are almost pretty and akin to wallpaper with their designerly feel. Get a little closer and you are assaulted by bursts, dribbles, eggs, orifices, and bulbous orbs. Through repetition of these images, you are thrown into a world of seemingly endless microscopic sexuality. Paintings have titles like "Unmanned Drones", "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous", and "The Serpent's Egg', which all point to our testosterone driven society. Williams cartoonish style is akin to a teenager's doodles that make fun of and reflect the the most consistent and pertinent themes around him. At the same time it's a melding of sophisticated colors and jokery that brings to mind a New Yorker cartoon and a drawing of an amoeba.
The show runs through December 22 at Regen Projects.