Anne Johnstone
https://www.annejohnstone.net

My work is the result of a lot of standing in front of the blank canvas/paper with an “I-don’t-know mind”. The tools I use for painting are brush, palette knife, stencil, sponge, and razor blade, for oil pastel I use the color stick and a
palette knife. Mark-making interests me most, building image out of the poetry of unleashed energy. Recently, I participated in a two-person show at the Aidron Duckworth Art Museum in Meridian NH. I continue to explore ways to
unleash and express my energy and sensitivity on the picture plane.
 

Anne Johnstone
The Crit Lab Anne Johnstone
"I’ll Take It Like That," 2019, Acrylic, 34" x 34”

The Crit Lab Anne Johnstone
"It Was A Burning Bush Experience," 2019, Acrylic, 46" x 32”

The Crit Lab Anne Johnstone
"Deep In the Valley," 2019, Oil Pastel, 22" x 30”

The Crit Lab Anne Johnstone
"Framed," 2019, Acrylic, 40" x 38”

The Crit Lab Anne Johnstone
"Change Is In the Air," 2019, Oil Pastel, 22" x 30”

The Crit Lab Anne Johnstone
"Clay Garden," 2019, Oil Pastel, 22" x 30”