|Born in Antigua, Freeston E. Williams was educated in Antigua, Barbados and through distance education in Pennsylvania U.S.A.
For the past twenty-eight years, he has been involved in architectural drawings and building construction and at present, tutors in Building Technology at the Ministry of Education's Evening Institute.
Moved by the beauty and serenity of his surroundings, it was 1987 that Freeston decided to take up painting.
His preferred medium is acrylics, and his use of earth tone captures the wormth of Caribbean life. You could find Freeston's art works in the Antigua's Museum and Other Art galleries on the Island.
This art piece depicts the land and seascapes of English Harbour in Antigua & Barbuda West Indies. It is a place where the English Ships were based during the second world war. This harbour today is a tourist attraction.