Gallery

1. Quaquaversal, 136cm x 132cm

2. Accumulation #1, 46cm x 46cm

3. Accumulation#2, 46cm x 46cm

4. Accumulation#3, 46cm x 46cm

5. Frozen Age, 136 x 122 cm

6. Simulus #1, 80 x 60 cm

7. Simulus #2, 80 x 60 cm

8. Earth, 122 x 136 cm

9. Neurospora, 200 x 136 cm

10. Re-membering, 35 x 55 cm

11. Divisions, 80 x 60 cm

12. Trajectory, 50 x 46 cm

13. Substance, 50 x 60 cm

14. #8, 200 x 200 cm

15. Water, 125 x 183 cm

16. Serpentine, 116 x 80 cm

17. Fire, 200 x 136 cm

18. Vert, 38 x 69 cm

19. Red Giant, 125 x 183 cm

20. Sleepless, 100 x 100 cm

21. Axis#1, 80 x 60 cm

22. Axis#2, 80 x 60 cm

23. Axis#3, 80 x 60 cm

24. Singularities, 300 x 200 cm

25. Message, 120×100 cm

26. Drifting, 250 x 125 cm

27. Distraction 85 x 65 cm

28. Moon 80 x 40 cm

29. Polyneme Tryptich 150 x 70 cm

30. Weightless 250 x 136 cm

Johnathan A. Roberts
paintings are not easy
to define: even though
they are created
spontaneously and
maintain their
directedness, their
structure is highly
precise and inner
order reveals logic and
the artists inspiration
for perfect harmony.


/ Art historian Zvonko Maković,
catalogue of the exhibition
in Gallery Mala, June 2009 /

There is no anxiety
with the painter of
abundant flower fields
in which the world obtains
almost biblical connotations.
Johnathan A. Roberts sees in him and
around him only paradise-like scenes.


/ Marina Tenžera,
Vjesnik, June 18, 2009 /

Outside of all stylistic categories, on the border between representational and abstract, Johnathan’s paintings are both contemplative and meditative. Undoubtedly, they vibrate with energy as portals to other dimensions of invisible reality, thus setting new criteria for defining of parameters of spirituality in contemporary (Croatian) painting.


/ Iva Körbler, catalogue of the
exhibition in POU Zagreb,
December 2009 /

These paintings, sometimes by intuition and at other times completely openly, lead you to a world where you wish to remain for a long, long time. Because here everything will be all right.


/ Patricia Kiš, catalogue of the
“First augmented reality exhibition
in Croatia”, May 2011 /

Roberts’ paintings, those which refer to nature and its organic structure and others more suggestive of irrational and speculative components, coalesce in their tightly conceived artistic expression to reveal one who is a unique asset to contemporary art.


/ Milan Bešlić, catalogue of the
exhibition in Center for Culture
Čakovec, February 2011 /