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Size: 36 W x 36 H x 0.5 in
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Painting: Oil, Acrylic, Latex, Pastel, Cold Wax on Canvas.
Title: Wonderland Rabbit Hole
Size: 36 H x 36 W x .5 D inches.
Medium: Mixed Media: Oil, Acrylics, Latex, Oil Crayon, Pastel
Keywords: Ultramarine Blue, Green, Coral, Blue, Black, Creme, White, Grey, Pink, Abstract, Landscape
Cheryl Johnson Artist - “Art, specifically painting for me; is a language of my emotions and spirit. As I experience the incredible beauty of this world, my paintings become the pages of my story. I love the feeling of looking out at the horizon across an open field and viewing an incredible landscape. Nature continues to be the place I go for inspiration and renewal.” —Cheryl Johnson
Using a visual syntax of layers, opaque and dense colors, translucent layers of paint, Cheryl explores dreamlike landscape scenes. Abstracting elements as she creates glimpses of the ethereal and portals between worlds. By combining shapes with light and form, Johnson’s complex surfaces evoke contemplative energy, drawing viewers into their depth and story.
The “Wonderland Series’ is inspired by the landscape. It is full of
wonder, both real and imaginary. You are invited into a place of
beauty or magical charm that excites our imagination. It is a space
where one is able to see beyond the horizon to a mystical scenic
This Wonderland series is inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Alice and
Wonderland” book. Often people who are attracted to this type of
art enjoy going to an unfamiliar yet familiar place. Wonderland, in
Lewis Carroll’s example is accessed by an underground passage,
and Alice reaches it by traveling down a rabbit hole to a new
world. This inspired the naming of this painting.
“Alice fell very slowly, for she had plenty of time as she went
down to look about her, and to wonder what was going to happen
next.” Lewis Carroll
Going down the rabbit hole; has become a common metaphor in popular culture, symbolizing exploring a new world.
Welcome to Wonderland!
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection
Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in New York