Summer 2018 Art Series by Carlos J. Williams

May 23, 2018

In this series titled “Chemical Reactions,” Carlos uses alcohol based inks, acrylic based inks, and enamel paint, to represent the chemical reactions and mixtures of alcoholic beverages.

The main characteristic of this series, is that it represents how things are made, the exploding colors of the things that we place in our system and how everything reacts with each other to makes us feel good.

All individual pieces are 16×20, framed, $350, and available at the brewery.


Carlos J. Williams is an artist born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Dominican Republic. He currently lives in Chicago around the corner from DryHop. As a young adult,  he returned to Puerto Rico to continue his studies and ultimately acquire . a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design.

After studying in Puerto Rico, the Artist decided to move to New York, where he started to experiment with different types of materials and mediums to illustrate. From drawing on images found in fashion magazines, to painting on canvas, the artist found the perfect way to express his emotions on a surface.

The Artist mainly uses dry mediums like graphite, charcoal, and pastels. Some of his other art styles include the use of alcohol based inks, acrylic based ink, enamel, acrylics, and watercolors.

Carlos wants to combine the different styles to produce artwork that will express his passion for the things that surround him. The Artist draws inspiration from within, after studying the way he reacts to different emotions.

Check out more of his work here:

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