(Lexington, KY) Glassmaker, abstract painter and creative photographer Mark Lenn Johnson will head to one of the greatest places in the world when it comes to art. Johnson has been invited by Ava Galleria to participate in their art fair with international exhibitions in Paris, France. Visitors from all over the world will get to see the Kentucky native’s creative photography October 21st through the 23rd at the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris where several images from Johnson’s Fountainfalls series will be on exhibit. Gallery owners as well as the general public may purchase them to add to their collections.
Mark’s love of color and glass allows his creative juices to bloom into beautiful works of art. His eye for detail is the inspiration behind his latest works as he invites you behind the lens to capture something as simple as a beautiful water drop and then encourages you to visualize the captured image which is free flowing, colorful, vibrant and soul stirring.
Johnson says “Art has been a part of my life as long as I can remember. Every artist hopes that their work is seen and appreciated on the biggest stages and now I can say one of my dreams have come true. Paris art galleries are among those that set the standard for the world so to have them invite me is an honor and a very surreal feeling. It’s humbling and I don’t take that for granted. I’m very honored that my art work is now being recognized”.
For additional information about Mark Lenn Johnson, his Fountainfalls series and his other art work go to www.marklennjohnson.com.
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Additional images from Johnson’s Fountainfalls series have been selected to the Kentucky Invitational Art Exhibit, hosted by Eastern Kentucky University’s Center for the Arts in Richmond Kentucky. The “sister” images – ‘Yara’, ‘Taura’, ‘Talora’ and ‘Maya’ – will be on display and available for sale through Dec 31, 2016. Also of note, Eastern Kentucky University’s Library will be adding five images from Johnson’s series to its permanent collection.
Lastly, selected pieces of Johnson’s glasswork, abstract paintings and creative photography will be available at his art show in December at the Kore Gallery in Louisville.
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