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Fantasy
All works were created by a terrestrial creature who goes by the name of Steven Vincent Johnson. Enjoy your stay. Please feel free to tell your friends about this place.
The Abandoned Castle, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Creature of the Night, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
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Creature of the Night, 1980 Dragons in Flight, 1980
Dragons in Flight, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Dream Path, 1985
Dream Path, 1985 Medium: acrylic on canvas board 18”x24”
Evening Swim, 1981
Evening Swim, 1981 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 11”x14”
Evening Walk, 1986
Evening Walk, 1986 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
Eye for an Eye, 1984
Eye for an Eye, 1984 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
Fishermen, 1980
Fishermen, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
The Huntress, 1980
The Huntress, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Path Finder, 1980
Path Finder, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Ritual, 1979
Ritual, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
The Bridge, 1992
The Bridge, 1992 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
The Conversation, 1990
The Conversation, 1990 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
The Hunter, 1980
The Hunter, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
The Nest, 1990
The Nest, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 20”x804”
The Three Kingdoms, 1980
The Three Kingdoms, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Fantasy for me means visiting and exploring other realities. The physical rules pertaining to these other universes may or may not be similar to our own. What happens when they differ? That’s what makes it interesting. Can worlds of fantasy only imagined in our minds actually exist elsewhere in the universe? Well, it is a big universe. Layer in an infinite number of probable realities and we are likely to end up with a lot of real estate. There’s a saying I like to repeat: The Universe abhors a vacuum. It seems to me that if we are the only kids on the block it would be a terrible waste of real estate. I also suspect the Universe loves to throw the dice. You never know what will roll up. Just look at us! Click on any image will start a slide show of all paintings from this page. Individual images will be displayed 10 seconds before moving on to the next one.
The Abandoned Castle, 1979