Tanya Johnston: Art

I have never used the term 'super . natural' with as much punctuation as I will for describing Tanya Johnston's depictions of landscapes occupied by peculiar, alien landmarks in the forms of cubic, transparent, golden material suspended above a translucent, small sphere; an upside-down, oblique house shaped object, also held in mid air by perhaps the shadow of a man to the right; and then some less solid more mathematical and geometric spheres created with a dozen specifically placed lines, assigned to their positions mysteriously on the grass of vast forestry. Its all very ambiguous and thought provoking.