3.24.2015

This piece, "Bending figure" was sold at the 2015 TwitterArtExibit on March 12th in Moss Norway. The show was curated by David Sandum on behalf of Home-Start Moss. A nonprofit helping families in need. I was very happy to be a part of it.

1.04.2015

New Work

This sepia on gessoed paper is some of the new work coming out of the studio. This 12x16cm. piece is a candidate for the TwitterArtExhibit in Moss, Norway.
John W. Carlson
http://www.carlsonstudio.net

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I've recently been asked to be included in a curated show in Moss, Norway. as part of the #TwitterArtExhibit. It is to be held on March 12th 2015. This a wonderful and exciting opportunity. Thank you Dave Sandum for inviting me.

11.29.2014

"Experiments"

For the past couple of months I've been experimenting with sepia ink on magazine stock. Here is a look at the results. I'm very,very pleased.
John W. Carlson
http://www.carlsonstudio.net

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Interview

Jasper Waters from Maryland Institute College of Art interviewed me recently at the studio. We talked about the process I employ in my work, subject matter and my philosophy on art making. She asked some very informed and probing questions. It was a good interview.
John W. Carlson
http://www.carlsonstudio.net

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8.24.2014

It Figures - Hedge Gallery Art Opening

It Figures

Visual recap of a great It Figures opening night at Hedge Art Gallery (located in 78th St. Studios) featuring Cleveland Artists, John W. Carlson and Joe Ayala - show runs thru Oct. 3rd.













Paintings and Drawings.
#ItFigures

See more on the John W. Carlson Facebook Page.

8.21.2014

8.18.2014

It Figures - Hedge Gallery

The opening of It Figures on Friday at HEDGE gallery was amazing. A huge turnout and incredible feedback. It was a beautiful evening, perfect weather and the buzz was electric. The work looked stunning in that great space. So happy that all of the work that was put into making this show a success was well worth it.

John W. Carlson
http://www.carlsonstudio.net

#itfigures