Posts Tagged: madness

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

Madness

Painting by Michael Burris Johnson, 2015

Madness

Painting by Michael Burris Johnson, 2015

On Doubt – Vilém Flusser

The web as a structure of reality in Vilém Flusser’s book On Doubt

On Doubt – Vilém Flusser

The web as a structure of reality in Vilém Flusser’s book On Doubt

Passages on the Grid

Passages on the Grid   3 modes of thought             FOREWORD This writing is an exercise of reflection on the grid as a form of expression in painting. The distinctions that are created in this writing are distinctions that

Passages on the Grid

Passages on the Grid   3 modes of thought             FOREWORD This writing is an exercise of reflection on the grid as a form of expression in painting. The distinctions that are created in this writing are distinctions that

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

Madness

  Madness only exists within reason, as unreason Madness is identified in the figure of the madman The madman, is kept in a space of confinement within order, similar to the way the concept of madness is held in place by a larger

Madness

  Madness only exists within reason, as unreason Madness is identified in the figure of the madman The madman, is kept in a space of confinement within order, similar to the way the concept of madness is held in place by a larger

Notes on Painting, 2013

Notes, 2013 I have become deeply engaged in a pursuit in painting. I am pursuing the creation of art. Art seems to me the best example of our ability to come closer to what lies just beyond life: the eternal,

Notes on Painting, 2013

Notes, 2013 I have become deeply engaged in a pursuit in painting. I am pursuing the creation of art. Art seems to me the best example of our ability to come closer to what lies just beyond life: the eternal,