Artist WAK Kevin Williams in the Studio

WAK (Kevin A Williams) is an African American artist, born in Chicago, Illinois in July 1965. He attended Chicago Vocational High School; where he studied commercial art under Mr. Robert Johnson. He briefly attended The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, but is primarily self-taught. He creates pieces that showcase the African-American experience.

Williams’s works have been featured on the television shows Law & Order, and Soul Food. He has also featured in major magazines including Upscale magazine and Rolling Out Magazine.

Williams currently lives and works in the Atlanta area.

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