Local artist launches pop-up art exhibition in Milton Keynes

A Bucks-based artist will be featured at an upcoming art exhibition in the city.

By James Lowson
Thursday, 29th April 2021, 11:47 am
Updated Thursday, 29th April 2021, 11:48 am

Johanci's work will be featured Midsummer Place this bank holiday weekend from Saturday May 1 through to May 3.

The inspiration for the exhibition is the nature and the beauty in everyday life, which will be celebrated through expressive pieces.

Visitors can browse and purchase large, contemporary, abstract paintings.

Johanci at Midsummer Place

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    Johanci, was born and grew up in South Africa, but has been UK-based since 2000 and currently resides in a small village in Bucks.

    She lists the Dutch movement DeStijl, the German Bauhaus movement in architecture and the bold, vibrant and playfulness of Pop and Ndebele Art, as among her greatest creative inspirations. She particularly loves sunlight, reflection, stripes, geometric patterns and architecture.

    The centre will find Johanci’s art on the Boulevard, close to Gap, Hollister and Wrapchic, between the following times:

    Saturday: 9am – 7pm

    Sunday: 11am – 5pm

    Bank Holiday Monday: 9.30am – 6pm

    Following the pop-up at the shopping centre, Johanci’s work will feature in the Bucks Art Week 2021 event, which is taking place in June.

    Learn more about Johanci by visiting her website here.