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, Mill City Clinic, Minneapolis Marriott Southwest, Walker Place, Southwest Minnesota State University, and private collections.
Gallery Representation: Douglas Flanders & Associates, Minneapolis, MN