August 18, 2016
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Oksana Johnson (Born 1970)
Oksana Johnson - In the Garden
Oksana Johnson - Morning in a Harbor
Oksana Johnson - Rose Garden by Notre Dame
Oksana Johnson - Summer Afternoon
Oksana Johnson - In a Boat
Oksana Johnson - A View from my Window
Oksana Johnson - Summer Day in Provence
Oksana Johnson - Reflections (Venice)
Oksana Johnson - Waterlilies
Oksana Johnson - Mikhailovskii Palace (St. Petersburg)
Oksana Johnson - Squaw Valley Winter
Oksana Johnson - Evening Lights in Honfleur
- Image of the Day -
"In the Garden"
Feature Artist Bio
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary Russian-American landscape painter Oksana Johnson (born 1970 in Russia).
Oksana is a Russian-American Impressionist who has lived in the United States since 1997. Growing up in Russia, she developed a deep appreciation and love for art, gaining exposure to the greatest artworks of Russian and Western masters in the country’s best art museums. She has studied painting in the U.S. and Russia with numerous master artists, including Huihan Liu, Slava Korolenkov, Ivan Vityuk, Margaret Carter Baumgaertner, Scott Burdick, and Susan Lyon.
Oksana loves to travel and to capture her impressions of the places she visits. While at her home studio in San Francisco, she also likes painting flowers and portraits.
Oksana paints primarily in oils, but also enjoys working in other media such as charcoal, watercolor, and pastels. Her works are in private collections in the United States and Europe.
ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO
OFFICIAL WEBSITE http://oksanajohnson.com/
“I can’t imagine my life without painting. When I paint, I get a very special feeling of being deeply in touch with myself and the world around me. Time seems to stand still. Painting allows me to look into the furthest corners of my soul, and express on the canvas my feelings about what I see and experience.
The other important aspect of being an artist is that it forces me to look more carefully at the subjects I am painting, and to observe what otherwise could go unnoticed. I feel extremely fortunate to have an opportunity to capture both what I see and the connection I feel at the moment, and to share it with others through my paintings.”