Elizabeth Johnson is an oil painter, art writer, and guest curator, based in Easton, Pennsylvania. Her landscape paintings fuse realism and abstraction by interlocking distorted photographic images and lush surfaces.
David Henderson: DisturbancesBy Elizabeth Johnson
David Hendersons solo exhibition, Disturbances, at Slag features CAD-designed sculptures whose intricate, continuous surfaces challenge the mind with labyrinthine change. Designs that might seem unapproachable on the computer feel warm, intriguing and otherworldly after being fabricated from layers of plywood, foam, or fiberglass.
Don Doe: I’ll Have What They’re HavingBy Elizabeth Johnson
Ill Have What Theyre Having highlights Don Does constructive/destructive visual devices that challenge viewers to juggle and decode multiple pictures and surfaces.
Nancy Graves: Synecdoche IIBy Elizabeth Johnson
Complementing Synecdoche (December 2013 January 2014), Locks Gallery presents Synecdoche II, a collection of Nancy Gravess mid-1970s paintings and drawings that evolved from her Lunar Orbiter series, which extrapolates NASA lunar surface maps into fragmentary, mysterious, abstract spaces.