Tim Johnson

Often described as floating worlds, Tim Johnson creates extraordinarily powerful paintings that embrace the spiritual iconography of a range of cultures including those of Aboriginal Australia, the Buddhist East and Native America.

His paintings are landscapes of desire, images of impossible unity, imagined syntheses of cultural and visual systems that freely draw upon images whose meaning we do not necessarily recognise or understand.

Linda Michael, 2001

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The way things are 2010
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
5 panels, each 183 x 61 cm Overall 183 x 307 cm
In collaboration with Karma Phuntsok, Yiwon Park and Nava Chapman
White Tara 2010
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
183 x 122 cm
In collaboration with Nava Chapman
Red Phoenix 2010
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
In collaboration with Yiwon Park
anuman 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
152 x 122 cm
In collaboration with Nava Chapman
Shakyamuni 2 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
61 x 61 cm
In collaboration with Karma Phuntsok
Ascension 2010
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
183 x 152 cm
In collaboration with Yiwon Park
Shakyamuni 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
61 x 61 cm
In collaboration with Karma Phuntsok
Yabyum Mandala 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
91 x 61 cm
In collaboration with Karma Phuntsok
Sri Sri Radha – Krsna 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
91 x 122 cm
In collaboration with Nava Chapman
Mila 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
122 x 91 cm