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Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Male Gaze by Johansen Newman | $2,950 | acrylic painting | 21' h x 21' w | ..\art\acrylic-painting-Male-Gaze

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Male Gaze

Johansen Newman
Ugallery 5345198364 UGallery

Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished edges

Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind

Signed on front and back

2021

21" h x 21" w x 2" d |5 lbs. 0 oz.

In stock $2,950

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Artist Johansen Newman displays an image of a tattooed woman sitting alone in a tavern surrounded by men. "There's a lot written in popular culture and art about the male gaze," says Johansen. In this piece, she moves the topic from the subtle to the blatant. Comfortable in her own skin and confident with her own thoughts, The woman at the bar glows in full color while the crowd of gazing men recedes in sepia tone." The painting comes with a handmade wooden frame painted brown.

Johansen Newman

NEEDHAM, Massachusetts

Artist Johansen Newman captures various characters through charming scenes that often weave nostalgia. A reflection of her fondness for edge and funk prevails in her dynamic portrayal of humans with animals and objects of their affection. As a toddler, her mother gave her crayons and allowed her to draw on the walls of her room. She pursued a degree in painting and printmaking, then furthered her education by studying with Bil Baird at his puppet theater in New York, ultimately forming her puppet troupe. Years of crafting puppets, designing scenery, writing stories, and performing shows developed her arsenal of skills—going on to be an award-winning fiber artist exhibiting throughout North America. She integrates these learnings into her current art practice. "My paintings capture fragments of a tale in a time and place that was, is, or has the promise to become," says Johansen. She works at her studio and display gallery at Gorse Mill Studios, a 19th Century textile mill building in Needham, MA. Her woodworking shop doubles as her home studio, where she constantly evolves her compositions to satisfy her aesthetic. Johansen's work has been featured on the cover of local publications, in pictorial essays, and toured museums across the United States. She was a professional and published illustrator for more than 35 years, including two dozen children's books, three of which she also wrote. Besides creating art, she finds herself an enthusiast of vintage collectibles, jukeboxes, signages, tin toys, neon lights, cookie jars, carnival chalkware, folk art, and an eclectic collection of fine crafts.

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