A l J o h n s o n

A l J o h n s o n

Exhibiting internationally from the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum in Japan to Guangzhou International Art Fair in China to exhibitions in New York City, such as the curated exhibition by Jordan Cantor Former Assistant Curator of the Museum of Modern Art, Mr. Johnson has inspired and motivated collectors and fellow artists. His scope of worked have crossed many genders inclusive of creating the original renderings of the Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the world. Chosen out of a nationwide search, Mr. Johnson 5 by 7 foot oil on canvas commissioned portrait of Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm installed adjacent to the turn of the century portrait of President George Washington has been featured during the State Office Building Naming Ceremony and National United States Commemorative Postal Stamp Unveiling of Shirley Chisholm. The Energy Tile Series commissioned by the YMCA for permanent installation created by Mr. Johnson remains to inspire reflecting the spirit of movement. And, he has been listed as one of the top 100 in celebration of the Romare Bearden Centennial Celebration. Continually participating in events focused on the uplifting of a Nation, Mr. Johnson’s original painting “The Arrivals” was presented at the LGBT Leadership Council of the Democratic National Conference to

First Lady, Mrs. Michelle Obama.

His unwavering self-identity and respect for the gift of art motivates him to give back to future artists through his unique teaching style designed by Al Johnson Art Studios.

His passion is to inspire.