Tag Archives: Margaret Kennard Johnson

Puzzles of the Brain

By now, many are familiar with the story of Lonni Sue Johnson. A spate of media, from The New York Times and NPR, as well as local Princeton publications, wrote about the highly successful illustrator, with six New Yorker covers … Continue reading

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Miles in Smiles

Third-generation artist Lonni Sue Johnson is on a path back from amnesia, thanks to mentoring and support from her sister and mother The 1985 New Yorker cover by Lonni Sue Johnson shows an artist in an all-white loft, at an … Continue reading

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Books – Get ’em While they Last!

As we go through the digital revolution, artists are reacting as print products disappear before our eyes. New York City’s New Museum is exhibiting The Last Newspaper, in which 27 artists “disassemble and re-contextualize elements of the newspaper… using methods … Continue reading

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On the Movis

Visitors are invited to connect with contemporary art at the Gallery at Mercer County Community College. The exhibit, Connect, encourages viewers to explore some of the ideas and relationships behind 16 installations. Connect runs to Nov. 12, on the second … Continue reading

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