"I explore function but keep in mind a sense of play through sculpture, combining both in each piece. I hand build objects, covering undulating surfaces with patterns that are entirely unique. The purpose of my work is to make people smile." - Alice Johnson

Alice Johnson's work evokes a sense of joy, humour, and nostalgia. With a playful use of colour, shape and form, Alice's pieces hold a story for a cherished interior. There is a relationship between the differing use of materials and a translation of two to three dimensions. With a background in illustration, her playful drawings transform into life, becoming a reality. A transition from something liminal to something  physical. 
Alice Johnson (b. 1994) completed an MA in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art in 2020 after a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton.
Recent selected group exhibitions include: Fancy a Bite?, (STUDIO WEST, London, 2022), The Power of Material: From Virtual to Physical , (RCA Show at the Design Museum, London, 2021), at The Amber Room (2019) in London and Otomys Gallery (2019) in Melbourne. She has been featured in House and Garden Magazine and It's Nice That, and has hosted workshops at Camden Art Centre.