The female characters inhabiting the world of London-based illustrator Miles Johnston appear to be undergoing near perpetual transformation.
Johnston spent the first few years of his early childhood living in Brunei, Borneo, something that he is sure had a major effect on him.
The rest of his school years were in Hampshire, England. After getting involved in art forums as a young teenager, he moved to Sweden to study at the Swedish Academy of Realist Art at the age of 18
The totally different environment gave him the intuition early on that there was no true state as ‘normal; in hindsight he has always been interested in anything that helped to transform his perception of the mundane.
Johnson works primarily in graphite and oils, using the human form as a vehicle to attempt to process the intensity and profound strangeness of the collective human experience.
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