Abstract Expressionist Fine Art
Cheryl Johnson is a well-collected Contemporary Artist. Abstract Expressionist painter known for her compositional rhythms, bold coloration, and sweeping gestural brushstrokes. Her paintings photographs and limited edition prints can be seen in galleries and collections across America, Canada and Europe.
Cheryl Johnson a Charlotte, NC and Kauai, Hawaii based artist creates powerful paintings and sculptures that convey beauty, color, strength and, vulnerability. Cheryl Johnson’s oeuvre has garnered attention from gallerists, notable collectors, museums and the media alike, both on a local and international scale.
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WHEN YOU ENTER MY SITE, YOU WON'T SEE A TYPICAL SITE. WHAT I HOPE YOU WILL EXPERIENCE IS A WELCOMING FEELING — AS IF YOU HAVE STOPPED BY TO VISIT A FRIEND , LOOK AROUND, FIND A PIECE OF ART THAT YOU LOVE AND WANT TO MAKE IT YOUR OWN. ENJOY.
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Cheryl Johnsons's paintings are built up in many layers which are enhanced or scraped off as they are being applied. Lines, shapes, colors and marks evolve as the painting develops to multiple layers. The final outcome is similar to how we experience life itself. Unfolding. Developing. Evolving.
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