Ken Johnson is a metal sculptor and designer based in Toronto and Beaver Valley, Ontario. His work investigates the repurposing and fabrication of found metal as sculptural design and landscape architecture. He graduated from Sheridan College in 1995 and The Ontario College of Art in 1999. His work has been exhibited across Canada as such venues as Canada Blooms, Spin Gallery and Overflow Gallery in Toronto, ON and Presentation House in Vancouver, BC. His work has been commissioned by numerous private collections and architectural firms and has been reviewed in publications such as The Globe and Mail.
Gladstone Grow Op: Exploring landscape and place, is a four-day event that celebrates innovative ideas and conceptual responses to landscape and place across a broad range of creative practices. Grow Op will explore new territories and uncover new ways of expression and meaning through projects that represent a wide range of approaches from the prosaic to the poetic, the elemental to the ephemeral.
April 25 – 28, 2013