Color in Motion: Dion Johnson’s Abstract Paintings of Light, Shape, and Color

January 8, 2015

The aptly named “Chromatic Momentum,” the new show at De Buck Gallery by the Los Angeles-based painter Dion Johnson, is all about color and motion. Not that it’s easy to put into words the striking visual impact of Johnson’s boldly hued abstract paintings—images that look, at turns, like bright ribbons of color, or light refracted along […]

Chromatic Momentum on Issuu

January 7, 2015

Visit the gallery’s page on Issuu for a preview of Dion Johnson’s exhibition Chromatic Momentum which will be on view through February 14. Click here to view the e-catalogue!  

Dion Johnson at Lancaster Museum of Art and History

January 15, 2014

Dion Johnson’s animated video, Light Sequence – Aquarium, will be on view in the Education Gallery at the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, CA from January 18 through March 16. The museum describes Johnson’s piece as “a moving painting that draws inspiration from how he experiences the environment around him.” For more information, […]

Dion Johnson Melts Color

November 30, 2011

We’ve spoken at length about the PULSE Art Fair this year (including yesterday’s “best of art” post, where the show was mentioned) as it really did introduce us to a lot of new artists. One of our favorites was Markus Linnenbrink’s “color drips” paintings (among other works), where Linnenbrink used colored epoxy to create works. […]

Stay in touch

Subscribe for priority access to our latest artworks, collections, exhibitions, special events and more.

You have been successfully subscribed!