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Jason Wallis-Johnson

Jason Wallis-Johnson is a British artist who studied sculpture at the Royal College of Art and has since developed a diverse practice which includes sculpture, drawing and map-related lightboxes. He has exhibited in Europe and also in New York; his drawings have been acquired by the British Museum, and a lightbox by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Represented by England & Co, he was included in the group exhibitions, Persistent Obsessions and City X. Drawings by Wallis-Johnson were also featured in the exhibitions Wandering Lines i and Wandering Lines ii at England & Co in 2011 and 2012.

Drawings by Jason Wallis-Johnson will be featured by England & Co at Draw Art Fair London 2019 (17-19 May).

Constructions & mixed media   Drawings & works on paper   Sculpture   

Map drawings   

Portadown - Details

Portadown (detail) 2001
10.5 x 13.75 x 3.25 inches
Perspex lightbox with pierced carbon paper
Ref: JWJ003
Cork (Corcaigh) - Details

Cork (Corcaigh) (detail) 2001
10.5 x 13.75 x 3.25 inches
Perspex lightbox witih pierced carbon paper
Ref: JWJ013
London - Details

London 2004
25.5 x 29.5 x 5.5 inches
Lightbox with Perspex and pierced carbon paper
Victoria & Albert Museum collection
Ref: JWJ52
Derry - Details

Derry (detail) 2000
14 x 10.25 x 3 inches
Perspex lightbox and pierced carbon paper
Ref: JWJ35