Pat Johnson is known for her sometimes disturbing yet humorous figures that take cues from a grab bag of influences ranging from antiquity to popular culture. Her current work has been a dialog of personal disasters with the protagonists as the artist.
Pat has been featured in many one person and group shows in Texas. Among them are exhibits at the Art Car Museum, Longview Museum of Fine Art and McNay Art Museum. This year she was selected for the 35th Annual Contemporary Crafts, Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, Mesa, Arizona.
Pat’s work was included in several of the 2013 NCECA exhibitions and the 2014 CraftTexas organized by the Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts. She has had work chosen for the Ceramic National at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and awarded 2nd place in 2004. Her work is included in the Lark Books, 500 Tiles and 500 Figures, Vol.II.
Johnson’s work is coil and slab built. Her recent work incorporates wax, an etching tool and underglaze that reflect an influence from printmaking. A full-time artist for more than 40 years, Johnson lives and works in the small rural town of Fayetteville, Texas.
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Or contact me at: Pat Johnson, PO Box 4, Fayetteville, Texas / 979.249.6672