January 14 - February 27, 2022
From Elisabet Ney Museum:
“Join us for the opening of this very unique exploration of the art of the printmaker! Part of the annual @PrintAustin celebration, the show and its events will coincide with print-related activities all over the city.
“Suspension” is an immersive print installation which invites the viewer to explore an outcropping of wilderness where the weird may take place. Screenprinted elements are combined with a variety of materials to create a lush setting of colorful foliage which fills the space. This environment culminates in a suspended moment; a focal point of ultimate potential. Surrounded by abundance this core allows for a quiet confrontation with the unknown.
Born and raised in Pahoa, Hawaii, Liv Monique Johnson earned her BA at the University of Hawaii at Hilo and her MFA in Studio Art at Texas Tech University with an emphasis in printmaking and sculpture. Her work has been shown across the country as well as internationally and is in private and public collections. She now lives in Houston where she continues to develop her art at Burning Bones Press and is an Instructor and Print Studio Manager at the Glassell School of Art. Livjohnsonart.com @leafmonique”
Reception: January 21, 2022 | 6:30–8:30 pm
304 East 44th Street
Austin, 78751 TX