Posts Tagged: joan of arc

Artist Talk on “Grid Paintings”

Video and Written notes of an Artist Talk in the Nilson Gallery at Monmouth Museum, host to a cohesive body of paintings by Michael Burris Johnson. Part of the New Jersey Emerging Artist Series, this collection of oil paintings based on the grid occupied the gallery from May 29 – June 28 2015. http://www.michaelburrisjohnson.com

Artist Talk on “Grid Paintings”

Video and Written notes of an Artist Talk in the Nilson Gallery at Monmouth Museum, host to a cohesive body of paintings by Michael Burris Johnson. Part of the New Jersey Emerging Artist Series, this collection of oil paintings based on the grid occupied the gallery from May 29 – June 28 2015. http://www.michaelburrisjohnson.com

NJ Emerging Artist Series solo show, “Grid Paintings”

Images of the Nilson Gallery at Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ, currently hosting a cohesive body of paintings by Michael Burris Johnson

NJ Emerging Artist Series solo show, “Grid Paintings”

Images of the Nilson Gallery at Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ, currently hosting a cohesive body of paintings by Michael Burris Johnson

Joan of Arc – Jules Bastien-Lepage

  Jules Bastien-Lepage (1848-1884), a French Naturalist painter, drawn to art at a young age, his family lived in a village and grew grapes in a vineyard. Jules went to Paris in 1867 to study art at École des Beaux-arts.

Joan of Arc – Jules Bastien-Lepage

  Jules Bastien-Lepage (1848-1884), a French Naturalist painter, drawn to art at a young age, his family lived in a village and grew grapes in a vineyard. Jules went to Paris in 1867 to study art at École des Beaux-arts.

Artist’s Statement on Grid Paintings

Artist’s Statement on “Grid Paintings”   These paintings sustain a faith in the transformative capability of art. The artistic pursuit through this work is about embodying principles and values that demand a concentration of will: patience, endurance, consistency. The practice

Artist’s Statement on Grid Paintings

Artist’s Statement on “Grid Paintings”   These paintings sustain a faith in the transformative capability of art. The artistic pursuit through this work is about embodying principles and values that demand a concentration of will: patience, endurance, consistency. The practice

Joan of Arc

Joan of arc – captured by order, transcending by fire, knight of faith. The top of the painting is silver, difficult to photograph. Painted with much intensity, and very fast, several consecutive days –  there is a lot of raw

Joan of Arc

Joan of arc – captured by order, transcending by fire, knight of faith. The top of the painting is silver, difficult to photograph. Painted with much intensity, and very fast, several consecutive days –  there is a lot of raw