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Johnson, Al, (Early This Sunday Morning)



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"Early This Sunday Morning" by Al Johnson

20x16 inches acrylic painting on canvas, 2002 --framed 25x21 inches


Al Johnson
, illustrator, fine artist,and mentor has developed an inclusive vision that captures the Classical, weaves it with the contemporary and refracts it through the prism of his remarkable individuality. While formally trained in the techniques of the Great Masters, Al Johnson™art, in fact, goes to the essence of jazz in that it brings together many influences while celebrating individuality. Mr. Johnson honed these skills, while attending famed institutions such as Pratt Institute, the Albert Pale School of Commercial Arts and the Arts Student League.

Called the artist since his youth, Mr. Johnson has exhibited in many corners of the world including the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum in Japan and the Guangzhou International Art Fair in China. His abilities as a draftsman have allowed him the opportunity to develop the original renderings of the Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the world. Chosen out of a nationwide search, Mr. Johnson created the commissioned portrait of Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, permanently installed in Brooklyn Borough Hall, in New York City. He is presently on exhibition at the Artcurian Artists Speaking for the Spirit Group Exhibition, consisting of some of the most revered artists of African ancestry.

His passion is to inspire. A humble and self-effacing man, Mr. Johnson gives back to future artists by providing his unique teaching style designed by Al Johnson Art Studios. The lists of his accomplishments are many as he motivates those to come