Eric Johnson's stone
sculptures and bronzes can be found in outdoor public sculpture gardens
and many private collections.
In 1982 he opened the
Redstone Art Center in the Colorado Rockies just west of Aspen.
Carving in his studio, next to the gallery, he became famous, drawing
art lovers from around the world who enjoy the opportunity to visit with
a true artist and sculptor at work.
Drawn back to the Oregon
Coast in 1997, his inspirational source, he prefers to stay close to the
environment best for him to work and live.
In 2001 and 2002 he was
invited to participate in month long international sculpture symposiums
- the first in Lebanon and the last in Russia.
In 2003 Eric and his wife Sherry opened
the Johnson Gallery in
Port Orford, Oregon. Eric's studio is behind the gallery and you are
welcome to watch him work on his current sculpture.
"Lovers" in white marble
To visit Eric's own website
and to see available sculptures, click
Eric Johnson sculpting in marble
This page updated on 06/14/03