Ajane’ K. Williams was born in the heart of a military base in Fort Stewart, Georgia who is currently a Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Painting at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Growing up in a military family has exposed her to a multitude of cultures and realities worldwide. From childhood to adolescence, Williams has lived in Alaska, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina to overseas in Germany, Japan, and Korea. Stability was non-existent in her life. It made her anxious. This anxiety taught her how to be camouflage and quickly adapt to her environment.
Today this reflects in her artwork. Williams is always trying to challenge the unfamiliar and immerse herself in it. That is what makes her comfortable.
Williams's works have been exhibited in "The Peel Exhibition 2018" at The Looking Glass Gallery at Appalachian State University and the "Foundations Exhibition 2019" at HOW Space where she won First Place in Boone, North Carolina. She moved to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2019 where her work was also displayed in the "2020 Student Juried Exhibition" at the UNCC's Rowe Gallery.
Ajane' K. Williams's future plan is to earn her BFA in Painting degree to continue her education in graduate school to earn her Master of Fine Arts in Painting.