Medium: Sculpture, Performance, Drawing
Website: Carla Rae's Website
Location: Truck Stop Gallery
Days Open: Saturday & Sunday
Carla Rae Johnson’s work includes drawing, sculpture, conceptual, performance, and installation art. Her work is directly connected to ideas and often addresses issues of social, political, and cultural import. She finds the most challenging forms and concepts at the intersection of the visual and the verbal and delights in communicating insights with humor, word-play, and not just a little irony. Carla Rae Johnson is a New York Foundation for the Arts 2005 Fellow in Sculpture and a 1990 recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Her work has been exhibited in solo, invitational, and curated shows in museums and galleries nationally and in New York City. Works by Carla Rae Johnson have been reviewed in The New York Times, The Village Voice, The New Haven Register, The Journal News, and The Times Herald Record. Carla Rae Johnson has a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Iowa. She resides and has a studio in the artists’ community in Peekskill, NY.