These larger works follow the same idea of the smaller ones.
Dawn of artificial intelligence
Oil on canvas , 160x120 Cm.
It's raining diamonds again.
Oil on canvas, 80x200 Cm.
The mysterious vacation.
oil on canvas, 80 x190 Cm
Oil on canvas, 80x120Cm
In heaven I hear voices from hell.
Oil on canvas, 120x220 Cm.
Oil on canvas, 80x180 Cm.
The rites of spring
oi on canvas 90x180 Cm.
Film made by Carl Anderson, photo by Carl Anderson.
Johan Lowie - The Line
THE HUMAN TOUCH
TELLING STORIES, OBSERVING STORIES
Lowie explores diverse subjects in his work beyond landscapes, too. From carefully considered interior spaces to abstracted figure studies to moody street scenes, Lowie’s work returns repeatedly to the intangible, yet deeply emotive spaces that shape human feelings and memory. In a theatrical sense, drama demands that contrasting elements be in direct contact. Lowie’s paintings present inherently dramatic themes, with bold colors and often primitive geometric shapes sometimes placed in context with more literal images, like a person sitting a chair or a simple piece of furniture. More often, however, color and shape describe their own vocabulary. Figurative evocations generally take a secondary role to purely emotional expressions. Where inspiration may arrivefrom challenging life experiences like loss, isolation, and pursuit of purpose in life, the tangible aspects of his work speak with strong colors, defined shapes, and confident juxtapositions. Lowie’s work challenges viewers, but that challenge gives as much as it takes. Where viewers may first encounter assertive designs and compelling compositions, they soon find themselves forced to reckon with their own relationship to the images. Lowie asks viewers not simply to consume his images, but to digest them, integrate them, and ask themselves why they feel the way they do. In an era saturated with invented, inventive images, that provocative moment of introspection may be the most elusive filter.