Johanna Goodman Constructing Otherworldly Gowns in Imaginative Collages

Johanna Goodman’s ongoing research in her specialist field of ‘Imaginary Beings’ has unearthed some bizarre and disjointed yet often beautiful formations.

She describes the series as an “imaginary scientific research catalogue in the spirit of Audubon with illustrated plates of the imaginary beings”.

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Johanna’s collages are magnificent in their unusual and varied selection of textures and assorted objects. Just when you think you are starting to see around the corner, she throws you a U-bend.

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© Johanna Goodman, 2016

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