Art Sale Fundraiser
Artist: Ron Johnson
Subterracon Films has been gifted three pieces from artist and Co-Founder of The Abstract Athlete, Ron Johnson to help us raise critical funds for our films.
100% of the proceeds go toward our films, while the buyer gets a bill of sale, provenance statement from the artist and all shipping and handling costs covered within the continental United States.
Support our filmmaking and get a fabulous work of art to go with it! Thank you Ron Johnson!
About the Artist
View Curriculum Vitae for Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson is and artist/professor born in 1968 in Columbus, Ohio. Johnson’s early life was dominated by athletics. He grew up in Upper Arlington, Ohio playing football, basketball and baseball.
August 2001 he moved to Richmond Virginia, where he still resides, and acquired his Masters Degree (MFA) from Virginia Commonwealth University. After graduating in 2003 he was retained as an Assistant Professor.
As an artist he exhibits his work nationally and internationally. He has attended two artist residencies, the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris France and Ucross Foundation in Clearmont, Wyoming. His work is in many public and private collections.
He also has worked as a curator and has published multiple reviews of other artist’s works in national art magazines.
Ron is Co-Flounder of the Abstract Athlete Project.
From the Reynolds gallery, Richmond, VA:
"Playful yet methodical, Ron Johnson’s process-driven work is defined by chance. Pouring pigmented polyurethane over wood panels, he investigates the effects of layering transparent color. In a recent Art Pulse interview, he states “The medium allows me to control (for the most part) this idea of translucency which in turn allows the viewer to access my work in layers. So viewers are literally able to see the archeology, or experience my thoughts in an archeology of seeing.” What they see is vibrant, abstracted landscapes simultaneously constrained and released in flowing pools of acrylic.
His work has been exhibited at Washington & Lee University, VCUarts Anderson Gallery, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery, and the Cite des Arts Gallery in Paris. His work is in numerous public and private collections including Altria Group, Capital One, the Federal Reserve Bank, and Markel Corporation."