28 Portland Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 1QN
I use various printmaking methods, relief and intaglio, to produce a wide selection of work based about themes linked to wildlife, landscapes and capriccio.
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Tricia Johnson is an artist working across an extensive variety of arts disciplines. She studied Art & Design in the Midlands before moving to the Sussex coast and gaining a B.A. (Hons) Degree. She then went on to achieve various teaching qualifications. She enjoys the challenge and exploration found in absorbing new methods and processes. This has enabled her over the past 20 years to teach a wide variety of art courses across West Sussex.
Her sculpture work featured nationally on ITV’s morning programme and exhibitions in the UK; West Dean College and Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, West Sussex, plus Derby, Gallery@OXO London, The Art House Wakefield an neo: Gallery Bolton. She also had the privilege of exhibiting her work in Japan, Hong Kong and Moscow. After a period focusing on other disciplines, Tricia returned to printmaking and the joy of the process is what pushes her work forward creatively. Learning different printing methods has helped her to begin experimenting with distinctive approaches to her prints and printing style. Tricia continues to enjoy drawing and working painterly with a variety of mixed media, developing her own instinctive style over many other art disciplines.