Zane Williams

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Zane Williams, a Wisconsin native, has lived in Madison since 1967. His acclaimed book of photographs entitled Wisconsin appeared in 1993 and, in 1998, his image of a Wisconsin farm was selected for the U.S. Postal Service stamp marking the Wisconsin Sesquicentennial. His photographs have been published nationally and internationally in a wide variety of magazines, journals, and books. Williams was honored in 2003 with Outstanding Achievement recognition by the Wisconsin Library Association Literary Awards Committee for his book Double Take: A Rephotographic Survey of Madison, and in 2011 again received recognition from the WLA and from the Midwest Independent Publishers Association for his photography in Wisconsin's Own: 20 Remarkable Homes. Williams now devotes the majority of his photography efforts to special projects.

Zane Williams, UW Arboretum
The Collection
UW Arboretum

Madison, Wisconsin, 1993

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