PJ Cabin Art Wildlife Photography October 5–October 27
Exhibition Reception Saturday October 6, 6 pm–8 pm
Patricia J. Johnson photographs wildlife and nature to capture moments of time as they reveal themselves in their most rare and least expected opportunities. Experiencing each raw form as it exists in nature, Johnson’s work brings the best of nature to each viewer. The photographs capture the setting as presented by nature, preserving glimpses of wildlife. Each unique situation provides Johnson with a challenge and an adventure.
A Cincinnati-based artist specializing in wildlife and nature photography, Johnson has traveled to many U.S. national parks and U.S. landmarks, including Alaska's Katmai National Park, Denali National Park, and Kodiak Island; Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park; Utah's Zion National Park; Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park; and Maine's Portland and Kokadjo areas, as well as Canada's Nova Scotia. Johnson graduated from Wilmington College and attended Cincinnati Art Academy with a concentration in watercolors. Johnson has developed her artistic approach through years of exposure to many types of art media.
The Sharonville Fine Arts Center is run by the Sharonville Fine Arts Council. The mission of the Council is to implement a comprehensive arts and cultural initiative for the City of Sharonville and the surrounding region.