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  • Duncan Johnson

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    Art Brokerage: Duncan Johnson American Artist: Duncan Johnson's work uses discarded bits of wood from landfills and construction sites near his home in Vermont. He uses these left-behind remnants of modern disposable consumer culture to create rich and beautiful assemblages that straddle the line between painting and sculpture. His work rewards close inspection with rich subtle colors, complex interwoven textures and masterful craftsmanship. What initially appear to be large single pieces of wood are revealed to be made up of thousands of individually carved and meticulously assembled wooden bits. Johnson's work recalls classic traditional New England craftsmanship filtered through a modernist sensibility. Duncan Johnson earned a BFA from the Pratt Institute in New York. Johnson's work has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States, primarily in the Northeast. He is the recipient of many awards including a 2010 Pollock Krasner Foundation Artist Grant, the Vermont Arts Council Individual Artist Grant, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award. Artist please contact us. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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Fragment on reclaimed wood 78x31 Huge Original Painting - Duncan Johnson

Duncan Johnson

Fragment on reclaimed wood 78x31 Huge

Original Painting: Mixed Media Painting with Nails And String on Reclaimed Wood Pieces, Not Signed

Size: 78x31x4 in  | 198x79x10 cm
🔥Fabulous - Huge! Reclaimed Wood Wall Sculpture - A Steal $3,995
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