Artist Profile - Steve Johnston

Nice weather for ducks
Let's make up and be friendly
A quiet moment
Hope is the thing with feathers
On top of the world
Friends in high places

Nice weather for ducks

Medium: oil and acrylic on canvas

Measurements: 81 x 81 cm

Year: 2024

Price: £3,000 plus delivery

Let's make up and be friendly

Medium: acrylic and oil on canvas

Measurements: 75 x 70 cm

Year: 2024

Price: £2,500 plus delivery

A quiet moment

Medium: acrylic and oil on canvas

Measurements: 60 x 50 cm

Year: 2024

Price: £2,250 plus delivery

Hope is the thing with feathers

Medium: acrylic and oil on canvas

Measurements: 60 x 50 cm

Year: 2023

Price: £2,250 plus delivery

On top of the world

Medium: oil and acrylic on canvas

Measurements: 81 x 81 cm

Year: 2024

Price: £3,000 plus delivery

Friends in high places

Medium: acrylic and oil on canvas

Measurements: 80 x 70 cm

Year: 2023

Price: £2,850 plus delivery

Nice weather for ducks

Medium: oil and acrylic on canvas

Measurements: 81 x 81 cm

Year: 2024

Price: £3,000 plus delivery

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About Steve Johnston
Artist Statement

Nice weather for ducks
Let's make up and be friendly
A quiet moment
Hope is the thing with feathers
On top of the world
Friends in high places
Nice weather for ducks
Let's make up and be friendly
A quiet moment
Hope is the thing with feathers
On top of the world
Friends in high places

Biography

Steve Johnston is a contemporary Scottish artist, born in Glasgow in 1956. He was original photographer and inventor of the ‘Straight up’ style of photograph at i-D magazine. Steve has had his work published in many books and magazines and is represented in the permanent collection of the Arts Council of England. He has exhibited widely including at Tate Britain, The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, Hayward Gallery London, Victoria & Albert Museum, Scope Art Miami Beach and various i-D magazine touring exhibitions worldwide. Returning to his first love of painting in 1991 Steve has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad including USA, Canada, Australia and Singapore.

 


Artist Statement

There are many influences in my work. Aaron Siskind, Rauschenberg, Twombly & Tapies to name a few..the new paintings have arrived organically and naturally just through working constantly really.