The Johnson Atelier has a 50 year history of collaborating with artists to design, produce, and restore works of art. Find out about the exciting projects that we lead and contribute to here.
BORN FREE: A series of fiberglass cartoon masks produced at JAD in partnership with Pivi. Each edition serves as a playful representation of populations whose experience of freedom is linked to the United States in one way or another.
AN IMMACULATE LACK OF RESPECT: JAD worked with MissMe to fabricate a life-size 3D-printed sculpture based on the artist and her signature mask.
Showcasing a mastery of ceramics and a unique blend of traditional European and Asian decorative arts with Afro-Latino heritage and Hip Hop culture.
A cast made by the Atelier in 1994 to repair a Doughboy in Fair Haven "lended a hand" and ensured that the damaged left hand and rifle of the Belmar Doughboy would be properly restored.
A stable sculpture in the manner of Calder, with its movement restored.
Rising forty feet high and eliciting many interpretations, Big Bling is Puryear’s largest temporary outdoor sculpture to date. The colossal multi-tiered wood structure is wrapped in chain-link fence and anchored with a gold-leafed shackle near the top.
Susan Pullman Brooks
This englargement of fabricated and cast natural objects weaves a complex composition focusing on the dichotomy of motion and stillness.
This monumental sculpture is the highlight of a year-long project celebrating Seward Johnson's spirit and all the things that he loved.