Connie Johnson: New Paths

Connie will be joining us at the Gallery on September 27th from 4-7pm for her opening reception. Join us for light refreshments and meet Connie!

Connie has been exploring different genres of late! Along with her more traditional watercolors of landscapes and vivid gardens from around Summit County, Connie has extended her style to transitional pieces that take watercolors to very different places. We love her exploration, and think our clients would love to experience it as well.

From Connie's bio: We all find unique and successful avenues to communicate; mine is painting. Watercolor has been my main media of focus. I also enjoy exploring oils and various print making techniques. My artwork, mainly representational; landscapes and interior scenes that surround me on an occurring basis. Experience and familiarlity are what trigger my subject matter. Living in the mountains of Colorado since 1984 has had a great influence on my work. Expanding on expression through contrast, color and shape continues to refine my techiques and statement. I am drawn to the effect of light on objects and scapes; how it bounces off leaves or a garden field, strikes lines across a blank wall creating drama or produces a beautiful, curious pattern of shapes on a snowfield. What rewards me so much as an artist is capturing the viewer and putting them in an exciting place both visually and mentally. All elements combined are what motivate me and challenges me on a constant basis.

Bright Foliage

Connie Johnson

Bright Foliage

watercolor

12 x 9 in

Winter Haze

Connie Johnson

Winter Haze

watercolor

21 x 29 in

Floral Fancy

Connie Johnson

Floral Fancy

watercolor

18 x 24 in

Sunset

Connie Johnson

Sunset

WaterColor

29 x 42 in

Midday Visit

Connie Johnson

Midday Visit

watercolor

14 x 21 in

Sunshine, Soulshine

Connie Johnson

Sunshine, Soulshine

watercolor

15 x 21 in

Afternoon Light

Connie Johnson

Afternoon Light

watercolor

14 x 10 in

Buffalo Spirit

Connie Johnson

Buffalo Spirit

watercolor

23 x 38 in

Street Walk

Connie Johnson

Street Walk

watercolor

28 x 21 in

Into the Night

Connie Johnson

Into the Night

watercolor

29 x 42 in

Red Love

Connie Johnson

Red Love

watercolor

13 x 9 in

Trails Edge

Connie Johnson

Trails Edge

watercolor

14 x 10 in

Colors of Winter

Connie Johnson

Colors of Winter

watercolor

19 x 32 in

Strawberry Moonrise

Connie Johnson

Strawberry Moonrise

watercolor

24 x 20 in

Complex Simplicity

Connie Johnson

Complex Simplicity

watercolor

30 x 23 in

Southwest Passage

Connie Johnson

Southwest Passage

watercolor

29 x 21 in

Life's a Beach

Connie Johnson

Life's a Beach

watercolor

10 x 14 in

Translucent Thoughts

Connie Johnson

Translucent Thoughts

Watercolor

21 x 13 in

Golden Cast

Connie Johnson

Golden Cast

watercolor

10 x 14 in

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Connie Johnson: New Paths
Connie will be joining us at the Gallery on September 27th from 4-7pm for her opening reception. Join us for light refreshments and meet Connie! Connie has been exploring different genres of late! Along with her more traditional watercolors of landscapes and vivid gardens from around Summit County, Connie has extended her style to transitional pieces that take watercolors to very different places. We love her exploration, and think our clients would love to experience it as well. From Connie's bio: We all find unique and successful avenues to communicate; mine is painting. Watercolor has been my main media of focus. I also enjoy exploring oils and various print making techniques. My artwork, mainly representational; landscapes and interior scenes that surround me on an occurring basis. Experience and familiarlity are what trigger my subject matter. Living in the mountains of Colorado since 1984 has had a great influence on my work. Expanding on expression through contrast, color and shape continues to refine my techiques and statement. I am drawn to the effect of light on objects and scapes; how it bounces off leaves or a garden field, strikes lines across a blank wall creating drama or produces a beautiful, curious pattern of shapes on a snowfield. What rewards me so much as an artist is capturing the viewer and putting them in an exciting place both visually and mentally. All elements combined are what motivate me and challenges me on a constant basis.
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Breckenridge Gallery
Breckenridge
Colorado
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