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      • CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), FAVA BEANS WITH BEES, PEN AND INK ON PAPER; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 23" x 20" - 58.4 x 50.8 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), FAVA BEANS WITH BEES, PEN AND INK ON PAPER; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 23" x 20" - 58.4 x 50.8 cm.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - )FAVA BEANS WITH BEESPEN AND INK ON PAPER; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT23" x 20" - 58.4 x 50.8 cm.Provenance:Virginia Christopher Galleries, Calgary, ABNote:CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - )Born in 1939, Charmian Johnson received her formal training in drawing and graphics in the Department of Art Education at the University of British Columbia, under Jim MacDonald and Bob Steele. She is renowned for her tea bowls, porcelain boxes, ikebana dishes, gargoyles and platters, with exquisite glazes and unpretentious forms. She returned to painting in 1978, producing a series of pen and ink drawings. Johnson has taught drawing and art education within the public school system as well as at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of British Columbia. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.Selected Corporate, Private and Public CollectionsClaridge Collection, Montreal, QCSelected Solo Exhibitions1989Flora: Drawings by Charmian Johnson, Vancouver Art Gallery, BC1987The Gargoyle Factory Does Not Often Appear, Terra Cotta Gallery, Vancouver, BC1985An Exhibition of 99 Bowls by Charmian Johnson, University of British Columbia Fine Arts Gallery, Vancouver, BCSelected Group Exhibitions2004Thrown: Influences and Intentions of West Coast Ceramics, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC2003Genius Loci, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON2002Charmian Johnson and Ron David, Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, BCTenmoku: Iron Rich Glazes in Canadian Use, Canadian Clay and Glass Museum, Waterloo, ON2001The Chosen Ones, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON1999All About Blue - The Colour that Changed the World, Vancouver Museum, BExhibition of Botanical Art, American Association of Horticulturalists and Botanical Gardeners, Hotel Vancouver Ballroom, BCEfflorescence I, Clay and Glass, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1998Made by Hand Silver Edition 1998, Craft Association of British Columbia, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1997The Canadian Collection, A.P.E.C. Conference, Government of Canada, Vancouver, BC1996The Grass Menagerie, Surrey Art Gallery, BC1995World Tea Party, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC1994The Taste of Several Times, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BCBotanical Art '94, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BCGo Figure, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1993Jugs, Pitchers, Dippers, and Metaphors, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1991Choosing Clay, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BCBotanical Art '91, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BC1989Johnson, Sivet, Grant, Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, QC1988Working throught the Gray Scale, Surrey Art Gallery, BCTea Anyone, Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC1983Sensibilities: Unexpected Multicultural Harmonies, Museum of Anthropology, 1979Planate Occidentalis: 200 Years of Botanical Art in British Columbia, University of British Columbia Botanical Society, exhibited at: Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario,; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Albert; B.C. Provincial Museum, Victoria, B.C.

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      • CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), BIRDS OF PARADISE, CHINA INK ON PAPER; UNSIGNED, 27.75" x 22" - 70.5 x 55.9 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), BIRDS OF PARADISE, CHINA INK ON PAPER; UNSIGNED, 27.75" x 22" - 70.5 x 55.9 cm.

        Est: $600 - $800

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - )BIRDS OF PARADISECHINA INK ON PAPER; UNSIGNED27.75" x 22" - 70.5 x 55.9 cm.Provenance:Purchased directly from the artistNote:CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - )Born in 1939, Charmian Johnson received her formal training in drawing and graphics in the Department of Art Education at the University of British Columbia, under Jim MacDonald and Bob Steele. She is renowned for her tea bowls, porcelain boxes, ikebana dishes, gargoyles and platters, with exquisite glazes and unpretentious forms. She returned to painting in 1978, producing a series of pen and ink drawings. Johnson has taught drawing and art education within the public school system as well as at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of British Columbia. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.Selected Corporate, Private and Public CollectionsClaridge Collection, Montreal, QCSelected Solo Exhibitions1989Flora: Drawings by Charmian Johnson, Vancouver Art Gallery, BC1987The Gargoyle Factory Does Not Often Appear, Terra Cotta Gallery, Vancouver, BC1985An Exhibition of 99 Bowls by Charmian Johnson, University of British Columbia Fine Arts Gallery, Vancouver, BCSelected Group Exhibitions2004Thrown: Influences and Intentions of West Coast Ceramics, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC2003Genius Loci, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON2002Charmian Johnson and Ron David, Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, BCTenmoku: Iron Rich Glazes in Canadian Use, Canadian Clay and Glass Museum, Waterloo, ON2001The Chosen Ones, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON1999All About Blue - The Colour that Changed the World, Vancouver Museum, BExhibition of Botanical Art, American Association of Horticulturalists and Botanical Gardeners, Hotel Vancouver Ballroom, BCEfflorescence I, Clay and Glass, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1998Made by Hand Silver Edition 1998, Craft Association of British Columbia, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1997The Canadian Collection, A.P.E.C. Conference, Government of Canada, Vancouver, BC1996The Grass Menagerie, Surrey Art Gallery, BC1995World Tea Party, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC1994The Taste of Several Times, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BCBotanical Art '94, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BCGo Figure, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1993Jugs, Pitchers, Dippers, and Metaphors, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC1991Choosing Clay, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BCBotanical Art '91, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BC1989Johnson, Sivet, Grant, Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, QC1988Working throught the Gray Scale, Surrey Art Gallery, BCTea Anyone, Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC1983Sensibilities: Unexpected Multicultural Harmonies, Museum of Anthropology, 1979Planate Occidentalis: 200 Years of Botanical Art in British Columbia, University of British Columbia Botanical Society, exhibited at: Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario,; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Albert; B.C. Provincial Museum, Victoria, B.C.

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      • CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), TEA BOWL, height 3.75" - 9.5 cm., diameter 4.75" - 12.1 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), TEA BOWL, height 3.75" - 9.5 cm., diameter 4.75" - 12.1 cm.

        Est: $75 - $100

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ) TEA BOWL clay, height 3.75" -- 9.5 cm., diameter 4.75" -- 12.1 cm., impressed seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ) Born in 1939, Charmian Johnson received her formal training in drawing and graphics in the Department of Art Education at the University of British Columbia, under Jim MacDonald and Bob Steele. She is renowned for her tea bowls, porcelain boxes, ikebana dishes, gargoyles and platters, with exquisite glazes and unpretentious forms. She returned to painting in 1978, producing a series of pen and ink drawings. Johnson has taught drawing and art education within the public school system as well as at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of British Columbia. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1989 Flora: Drawings by Charmian Johnson, Vancouver Art Gallery, BC 1987 The Gargoyle Factory Does Not Often Appear, Terra Cotta Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1985 An Exhibition of 99 Bowls by Charmian Johnson, University of British Columbia Fine Arts Gallery, Vancouver, BC Selected Group Exhibitions 2004 Thrown: Influences and Intentions of West Coast Ceramics, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC 2003 Genius Loci, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON 2002 Charmian Johnson and Ron David, Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, BC Tenmoku: Iron Rich Glazes in Canadian Use, Canadian Clay and Glass Museum, Waterloo, ON 2001 The Chosen Ones, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON 1999 All About Blue - The Colour that Changed the World, Vancouver Museum, B Exhibition of Botanical Art, American Association of Horticulturalists and Botanical Gardeners, Hotel Vancouver Ballroom, BC Efflorescence I, Clay and Glass, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1998 Made by Hand Silver Edition 1998, Craft Association of British Columbia, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1997 The Canadian Collection, A.P.E.C. Conference, Government of Canada, Vancouver, BC 1996 The Grass Menagerie, Surrey Art Gallery, BC 1995 World Tea Party, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC 1994 The Taste of Several Times, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Botanical Art '94, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BC Go Figure, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1993 Jugs, Pitchers, Dippers, and Metaphors, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1991 Choosing Clay, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Botanical Art '91, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BC 1989 Johnson, Sivet, Grant, Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, QC 1988 Working throught the Gray Scale, Surrey Art Gallery, BC Tea Anyone, Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC 1983 Sensibilities: Unexpected Multicultural Harmonies, Museum of Anthropology, 1979 Planate Occidentalis: 200 Years of Botanical Art in British Columbia, University of British Columbia Botanical Society, exhibited at: Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario,; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Albert; B.C. Provincial Museum, Victoria, B.C.

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      • CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), TEA BOWL, height 3.5" - 8.9 cm., diameter 6" - 15.2 cm.
        Apr. 21, 2015

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ), TEA BOWL, height 3.5" - 8.9 cm., diameter 6" - 15.2 cm.

        Est: $75 - $100

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ) TEA BOWL clay, height 3.5" -- 8.9 cm., diameter 6" -- 15.2 cm., impressed seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection CHARMIAN JOHNSON (1939 - ) Born in 1939, Charmian Johnson received her formal training in drawing and graphics in the Department of Art Education at the University of British Columbia, under Jim MacDonald and Bob Steele. She is renowned for her tea bowls, porcelain boxes, ikebana dishes, gargoyles and platters, with exquisite glazes and unpretentious forms. She returned to painting in 1978, producing a series of pen and ink drawings. Johnson has taught drawing and art education within the public school system as well as at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of British Columbia. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1989 Flora: Drawings by Charmian Johnson, Vancouver Art Gallery, BC 1987 The Gargoyle Factory Does Not Often Appear, Terra Cotta Gallery, Vancouver, BC 1985 An Exhibition of 99 Bowls by Charmian Johnson, University of British Columbia Fine Arts Gallery, Vancouver, BC Selected Group Exhibitions 2004 Thrown: Influences and Intentions of West Coast Ceramics, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC 2003 Genius Loci, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON 2002 Charmian Johnson and Ron David, Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, BC Tenmoku: Iron Rich Glazes in Canadian Use, Canadian Clay and Glass Museum, Waterloo, ON 2001 The Chosen Ones, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON 1999 All About Blue - The Colour that Changed the World, Vancouver Museum, B Exhibition of Botanical Art, American Association of Horticulturalists and Botanical Gardeners, Hotel Vancouver Ballroom, BC Efflorescence I, Clay and Glass, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1998 Made by Hand Silver Edition 1998, Craft Association of British Columbia, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1997 The Canadian Collection, A.P.E.C. Conference, Government of Canada, Vancouver, BC 1996 The Grass Menagerie, Surrey Art Gallery, BC 1995 World Tea Party, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC 1994 The Taste of Several Times, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Botanical Art '94, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BC Go Figure, The Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1993 Jugs, Pitchers, Dippers, and Metaphors, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC 1991 Choosing Clay, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC Botanical Art '91, University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens, Vancouver, BC 1989 Johnson, Sivet, Grant, Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, QC 1988 Working throught the Gray Scale, Surrey Art Gallery, BC Tea Anyone, Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC 1983 Sensibilities: Unexpected Multicultural Harmonies, Museum of Anthropology, 1979 Planate Occidentalis: 200 Years of Botanical Art in British Columbia, University of British Columbia Botanical Society, exhibited at: Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario,; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Albert; B.C. Provincial Museum, Victoria, B.C.

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      • CHARMIAN JOHNSON, BIRDS OF PARADISE, CHINA INK ON PAPER; UNSIGNED, 27.75" x 22" - 70.5 x 55.9 cm.
        Oct. 16, 2014

        CHARMIAN JOHNSON, BIRDS OF PARADISE, CHINA INK ON PAPER; UNSIGNED, 27.75" x 22" - 70.5 x 55.9 cm.

        Est: -

        CHARMIAN JOHNSONBIRDS OF PARADISECHINA INK ON PAPER; UNSIGNED27.75" x 22" - 70.5 x 55.9 cm.Provenance:Purchased directly from the artistEstimate: $1,000-1,500

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