The work of John Jukes Johnson is created using a wide variety of methods. The works shown here comprise monoprint and textural collages on paper; often using phototransfers on paper or canvas. The works are abstract and at times contain elements of figuration. They employ grid formats and geometric shapes. The use of sand in "Marginals (2 panels)" somehow evokes the textural works of Alberto Burri, whilst at times the artist's art is redolent of Enrico Baj or Robert Rauschenberg with his use of photographic montage. A number of different Modernist art languages are cited and together there is a play between the textural surface and the space of the picture as a window. Throughout, there is seemingly an allusion to the ephemeral and a claim for the freedom of the artist to use whatever means necessary.