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Artist Sarah Anne Johnson explores reality and perception

‘Apocalypse’ by Sarah Anne Johnson (2018)

Sarah Anne Johnson is an experimental artist. Using her photographs of natural landscapes, she distorts their reality with altering materials including oil paint and rainbow tape.

“My general interest in photography is showing what something looks like, but also what it feels like [… by] altering the surface or image in any way, I can describe what a space feels like psychologically, what it feels like to be there”.

Sarah’s latest exhibit ‘Rosy-Fingered Dawn‘ is on display at the Julie Saul Gallery in New York. You can see more of her work below:

By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.