" Christopher [Lowry] Johnson paints, and his landscapes are of places I'd rather visit than Paris. A truck stop that has "all nude" dancers, free beer, and a junk yard! My idea of a vacation. Johnson's work is about place and remembering. The landscapes are vague, but they're not shocking. Places like those in Johnson's paintings used to be illegal, and now they're everywhere, part of the American landscape."
bron: John Waters and Bruce Hainley, Art - A Sex Book, 2003, Thames and Hudson, p. 49