Kysa Johnson ~ blow 419 - The Long Goodbye - subatomic decay patt...
blow 419 - The Long Goodbye - subatomic decay patterns and the Pleides Cluster with nebulous filaments,2019
Ink on gloss paint on panel
12 x 12 inches
100% of the sales price will be donated to Fair Fight.
Kysa Johnson is an artist whose conceptual drawings, paintings and installations draw from science. Her recent Long Goodbye series uses subatomic decay patterns as a lexicon to build up compositions based on Hubble Space Telescope photographs of the life cycle of stars. A graduate of the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, she has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally including at The Aldrich Museum, The Tang Museum, and The National Academy of Science. Her work has been written about extensively including in Art Forum, The New York Times, and The New Yorker. She is a NYFA fellow and Pollock Krasner Grant recipient. Why are you participating?'Republicans are trying to continue their minority rule by suppressing the vote, especially in certain communities. The right to vote is sacred and powerful. We need to make sure everyone can exercise their right to vote in this election and going forward so that we can save our imperfect democracy and work towards building a better one. It's do or die time.'
Learn more: http://www.kysajohnson.com/