148 - “Douglas Beach, Juneau, Alaska”, Robert Johnson, Value: $950

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A visual storyteller, Robert Johnson immerses himself in the natural environment. The subjects of his works range from how technological advances and man’s greed are destroying our natural world to the vitality, peacefulness and lyrical beauty of our preserved parks and lands.

Johnson’s works are like portals to another time, reminiscent of an era when the diversity of flora and fauna existed undisturbed by human development, intact and reliant on its own system of balances.

Dimensions: 20.5" h x 16.5" w


Robert Johnson received his BS from the University of Louisville (KY) and his MFA from Mills College (CA). He has received a number of grants, including a National Endowment for the Arts/Southern Arts Federation Grant, that have funded excursions to exotic places in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently, Johnson provided illustrations for a new environmental publication titled End of Eden. His work has been exhibited in many museums, including North Carolina Museum of Art, Morris Museum of Art (GA), Chrysler Art Museum (VA) and the Asheville Art Museum (NC). Robert currently works from his studio in Western North Carolina.


Catalog number 148

Value: $950
Bidding ended: 3:00pm, 20 May 20213:00pm, Thursday 20 May 2021America/New York


Bidder Time Bid
debby 2:52pm 20 May 2021 $250
Mary Julia Cain 11:50am 17 May 2021 $200
debby 10:16am 08 May 2021 $150