Doug Johnson’s recent work reveals a fascination with reflections and the interplay of natural and artificial light. His urban images, which might be described as a hybrid of architectural and street photography, often involve a complex layering of structural and free-flowing elements. "I love the way light bounces around inside a city," he states. Spatial ambiguity and disorienting points of view are favored as methods of disrupting the viewer's habitual modes of perception.
Johnson has exhibited widely in Minnesota, at Douglas Flanders & Associates, Flow Art Space, Rosalux Gallery, Minneapolis Photo Center, 2001 A Space, The William Whipple Gallery, H I Gallery, and others. His work is represented in the collections of Birch Cove Group, Datatrend Technologies, Minneapolis Marriott Southwest, Walker Place, Southwest Minnesota State University, and private collections.
Gallery Representation: Douglas Flanders & Associates, Minneapolis, MN