The work of Andrew John Williams is spontaneous action painting and as such might be related to that of Jean Dubuffet and Jackson Pollock in its unfettered direct approach. Making use of oil stick, acrylics and ink he daubs throws and spatters the paint onto the canvas freely. He mainly works on loose canvas, perhaps for a more immediate relationship with the artwork. There is an all-over quality to most of his paintings, "Golden Forest", "Green Planet" and "Tribalism" evoke a unified, sensory overload whose mood is more upbeat and positive. Something for everyone, for every mood.