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  πŸ’ For the love of art πŸ’  
10% off $250+ code: FEB10
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Ends midnight 28th February  ·  Terms
  πŸ’ For the love of art πŸ’  
10% off $250+ code: FEB10
15% off $1,000+ code: FEB15
Ends midnight 28th February  ·  Terms

Angela Johnson

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2017

Artworks for sale: 49

(11)

United Kingdom

About Angela Johnson

 
 
  • Biography

    My art practice, both with printmaking and painting, is my attempt to respond to and understand both the vulnerabilities and the beauty encapsulated within the human condition.  I have always been inspired to draw and engage with the human form on a deeper level than simply figuratively.  The people I choose to portray show a certain strength, attitude and extraordinariness.  I offer these images in the hope that my work may reflect back something to the viewer about themselves - for them to feel their own inner strength and to know that they are inspiring and beautiful too. 

    Drawing is a key part of my artistic practice and using drypoint for printmaking enables me to take this further.  Each image is individually drawn into a plastic 'plate', which is then inked up by hand using the intaglio method.  When I am happy with the qualities of the ink I then run it through a traditional hand-operated printing press on Somerset printmaking paper (250-300gsm).


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Biography

My art practice, both with printmaking and painting, is my attempt to respond to and understand both the vulnerabilities and the beauty encapsulated within the human condition.  I have always been inspired to draw and engage with the human form on a deeper level than simply figuratively.  The people I choose to portray show a certain strength, attitude and extraordinariness.  I offer these images in the hope that my work may reflect back something to the viewer about themselves - for them to feel their own inner strength and to know that they are inspiring and beautiful too. 

Drawing is a key part of my artistic practice and using drypoint for printmaking enables me to take this further.  Each image is individually drawn into a plastic 'plate', which is then inked up by hand using the intaglio method.  When I am happy with the qualities of the ink I then run it through a traditional hand-operated printing press on Somerset printmaking paper (250-300gsm).


 
 
 
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