Selected Drawings, ’91–’19
Jamie Johnson creates intricate abstract landscapes that often hint at Scottish geology and folklore. Working across painting, collage, printmaking and video, his work explores cultural symbolism from both modern and ancient worlds, communicating observations and ideas by creating an autonomous visual language. Selected Drawings chronicles a group of works on paper made by the artist between 1991 and 2019, tracing the genesis of his unique take on characterisation and storytelling.
Jamie Johnson is a Glasgow-based artist who graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee in 2011. Recent exhibitions include: Crocodile Tears, Morgan Fine Arts Centre, New York; Allder, Chopping Block Gallery, London; Primitive Plane, SWG3 Gallery, Glasgow; A Sketch of the Universe: Art, Science and the Influence of D’Arcy Thompson, Edinburgh City Art Centre, Edinburgh.
• 108 pages
• Section-sewn softcover
• 135 x 205 mm
• Signed book and four riso prints in an artist-embellished top/bottom box
• 153 x 215 mm
• Limited edition of 20 copies