I’ll be rotating work by the late Pittsburgh visionary artist Dorothy Williams through The Sideways Museum starting Friday, January 23rd. Williams (1926-2005) created dozens of works in her retirement remembering important events of her life growing up in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. The works were created by gluing strands of embroidery floss, one string at a time, to various types of cardboard. Her subject matter included family and social scenes, floral arrangements, nature and abstractions. I’ve been trying to spark some interest in her works since 2001.