Dorothy Churchill-Johnson Studio
125-C N. Milpas St. ,
Santa Barbara, CA
Artist incorporates hard-edge realism in new directions by combining it with more contemporary influences such as neo-pop, op art, and pattern painting, with a touch of surrealism. She has been working toward a synthesis of realism and abstraction by finding beauty in the tiny details of ordinary things and blowing them up to visual extremes. Intricacies of surfaces – the mathematical patterns of plaid and houndstooth, cracks in the pavement, fragments of torn notices from sign posts, even the growth pattern of botanicals become abstractions of texture and design.
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown,
Smoking Area: No