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

Visit the Online Viewing Space for the Parallel Universe exhibition, 11 September to 3 October 2020

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
Applique 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
66 x 84 cm
Ganesha 2009
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
184 x 152 cm
In collaboration with Nava Chapman
Subhadra 2007
Acrylic on canvas
91.5 x 61 cm
with Nava Chapman
Goverdhana Hill 2007
Acrylic on canvas
7 panels, each 198 x 91.5 cm Overall198 x 700 cm
with Karma Phuntsok, Brendan Smith and Nava Chapman
Krisha 2007
Acrylic on canvas
91.5 x 61 cm
with Nava Chapman
Loom 2007
Acrylic on canvas
91.5 x 61 cm
with Brendan Smith
Celestial City 2004-2007
Acrylic on canvas
122 x 152 cm
Celestial City 2004-2007
Silk embroidery
19 x 24 cm