Wilson Downtown Gallery: Ann Brammer-Johnson

Ann Brammer Johnson | Wilson Downtown Gallery
Ann Brammer-Johnson | Wilson Downtown Gallery



Ann Brammer-Johnson is from downtown Keezletown, Virginia by way of the Midwest. Her recent work has been in “appropriation art,” juxtaposing disparate photographic images from a variety of sources to create new works, hence the title of her show, “juxtapositions.”

—from Wikipedia: Appropriation art uses pre-existing objects or images with little or no transformation applied to them. The use of appropriation has played a significant role in the history of the arts (literary, visual, musical and performing arts). In the visual arts, to appropriate means to properly adopt, borrow, recycle or sample aspects (or the entire form) of human-made visual culture. Notable in this respect are the Readymades of Marcel Duchamp.

Fountain 1917, replica 1964 by Marcel Duchamp 1887-1968
Fountain 1917, replica 1964 Marcel Duchamp Image Source: www.tate.org.uk

Join us Friday February 1st from 5-8pm for our Artist Reception!

Enjoy light refreshments and a chance to chat with the artist.

About Claire Wayman

Claire manages details of real estate contracts, coordinates social media and the Wilson Downtown Gallery, and keeps the team organized on a day-to-day basis. In her free time, she enjoys playing flute in various area groups and participating in local community theater.