Duncan Johnson’s assemblages of reclaimed wood blur the boundaries between painting and sculpture. Working with the “language of painting,” Johnson first forages for and then cuts, planes, and reassembles strips of otherwise untouched reclaimed wood into two and three-dimensional wall sculptures. Engaging with his mother’s background as a quilter, Johnson’s newest “Tartan” series plays with depth, layers, and our perception of their sequencing with a latticework of “woven” strips of wood. The found pieces of wood are gathered from various sites across Vermont and never repainted, allowing their origin stories to be told through nail holes, weathered surfaces, knots and natural grains.