Few musical styles are as colorful as jazz, and artist Prince Duncan Williams knows this. Composed on silk as smooth as the music of John Coltrane and painted with a explosive vivacity of color that brings to mind the frenzied syncopation of New Orleans-style jazz, Duncan-Williamsí silk mosaics succeed in creating something of a miracle: jazz without sound. Born in Ghana, Prince Duncan-Williams relocated to the United States in 1982. After studying architectural engineering at Takoradi Polytechnic, he joined a family tradition of silk art creations. Nearly 4 decades in the making, Prince Duncan-Williams has perfected this art carried down from generations to create breathtaking large scale masterpieces that combine African and American Culture. Prince is most inspired by Jazz Music, Rhythm, Harmony, Native Art and the great Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.