Johnson, Ann, (Sole Glow)

Johnson, Ann, (Sole Glow)
Johnson, Ann, (Sole Glow)

Johnson, Ann, (Sole Glow)

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"Sole Glow" by Ann Johnson

image 4 1/2 x 6", 3 plate intaglio on cotton, (2023) --8x8 box framed.

(courtesy of Spillman Blackwell Fine Art, New Orleans)

sbo_annjohnson_headshotAnn 'Sole Sister' Johnson is an artist who paints portraits with her feet. Yes her feet!!!!! Born in London, England and raised in Cheyenne, WY, Ann is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University in Texas, (where she now teaches) and received a BS in Home Economics. She has also received an MA in Humanities from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, as well as an MFA from The Academy of Art University, in San Francisco. In 2010 she received the Teaching Excellence Award at Prairie View A&M University, and was awarded Art teacher of the year in the School of Architecture. In 2011 she received the distinguished Presidents Faculty Of The Year award. Primarily a mixed media artist, Johnson’s passion for exploring issues particularly in the Black community has led her to create series’ of works that are evocative and engaging. such as: The Hoop Dreamin Collection:a series of decorative basketball goals that explores the social issue of a Hoop Dream, and It Is The Not Knowing That Burns My Soul, an investigation of exploratory mixed media works that examine the “Black Indian. The latter was included in an exhibition and catalog for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian titled: Indivisible. She has been invited to teach at Tougaloo Art Colony in Jackson, MS in 2009, 2011 and 2013. Ann's work has been exhibited nationally in solo, group and juried exhibitions. She was a Prize winner in Houston’s “The Big Show” in 2004 and was the Mixed Media winner in the Carroll Harris Simms National Black Art Competition in 2007. She has exhibited at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX, The Museum of Printing History, Houston, TX, African American Museum of Life and Culture, Dallas, TX, The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture, Montgomery, AL, The Apex Museum in Atlanta, GA, and the California African American Art Museum in Los Angeles, CA. She has published several articles for School Arts magazine (Davis), and has written and designed a number of books: I’ll Fly Away (Solefolio Press), Bās(Solefolio Press), It is the not knowing that burns my soul (blurb), Paper & Ink (blurb), Solefolio (blurb), Roux (Solefolio Press) Craft$ For The No Budget Art Teacher (Solefolio Press), 5 Views From The Hill (Solefolio Press/blurb) and STIR (Solefolio Press). Ann 'Sole Sister' Johnson aspires to leave a legacy of challenging and thought-provoking work that will entice the viewer and inspire younger artists. Texas Representation: Hooks Epstein Galleries, Houston, TX

 

 


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"Sole Glow" by Ann Johnson

image 4 1/2 x 6", 3 plate intaglio on cotton, (2023) --8x8 box framed.

(courtesy of Spillman Blackwell Fine Art, New Orleans)

sbo_annjohnson_headshotAnn 'Sole Sister' Johnson is an artist who paints portraits with her feet. Yes her feet!!!!! Born in London, England and raised in Cheyenne, WY, Ann is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University in Texas, (where she now teaches) and received a BS in Home Economics. She has also received an MA in Humanities from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, as well as an MFA from The Academy of Art University, in San Francisco. In 2010 she received the Teaching Excellence Award at Prairie View A&M University, and was awarded Art teacher of the year in the School of Architecture. In 2011 she received the distinguished Presidents Faculty Of The Year award. Primarily a mixed media artist, Johnson’s passion for exploring issues particularly in the Black community has led her to create series’ of works that are evocative and engaging. such as: The Hoop Dreamin Collection:a series of decorative basketball goals that explores the social issue of a Hoop Dream, and It Is The Not Knowing That Burns My Soul, an investigation of exploratory mixed media works that examine the “Black Indian. The latter was included in an exhibition and catalog for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian titled: Indivisible. She has been invited to teach at Tougaloo Art Colony in Jackson, MS in 2009, 2011 and 2013. Ann's work has been exhibited nationally in solo, group and juried exhibitions. She was a Prize winner in Houston’s “The Big Show” in 2004 and was the Mixed Media winner in the Carroll Harris Simms National Black Art Competition in 2007. She has exhibited at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX, The Museum of Printing History, Houston, TX, African American Museum of Life and Culture, Dallas, TX, The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture, Montgomery, AL, The Apex Museum in Atlanta, GA, and the California African American Art Museum in Los Angeles, CA. She has published several articles for School Arts magazine (Davis), and has written and designed a number of books: I’ll Fly Away (Solefolio Press), Bās(Solefolio Press), It is the not knowing that burns my soul (blurb), Paper & Ink (blurb), Solefolio (blurb), Roux (Solefolio Press) Craft$ For The No Budget Art Teacher (Solefolio Press), 5 Views From The Hill (Solefolio Press/blurb) and STIR (Solefolio Press). Ann 'Sole Sister' Johnson aspires to leave a legacy of challenging and thought-provoking work that will entice the viewer and inspire younger artists. Texas Representation: Hooks Epstein Galleries, Houston, TX

 

 

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