Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Student Art Spotlight: Alaina Johnson (Sept. 18, 2020)

My name is Alaina Johnson. I am a senior art major with a concentration in photography, I’ve always loved art and when I found photography I knew it was what I wanted to pursue. I do a lot of experimenting with my work in an attempt to morph how we see the world. I like to focus on telling stories, showing detail of things the naked eye can’t see
and abstracting the things we think we know.

Photo provided by Alaina Johnson

“Wanderlust” storytelling and detail oriented image about adventuring.

Photo provided by Alaina Johnson

“Building a Fire” an abstract view on making a campfire.

Photo provided by Alaina Johnson

“Unseen” The galaxy is something we cant see well without a camera. Nature is admirable and sometimes, through the lens is the only way you can see that.

Photo provided by Alaina Johnson

“We made it” a storytelling image about finally making it to graduation with your close friend.

Photo provided by Alaina Johnson

“Winter” Docks get stacked during winter and I admired their composition and tones.

Photo provided by Alaina Johnson

“Intrigued” this snake came right up to my lens as I was trying to take its photo. The image shows details we don’t really see much and triggers fear in many people.

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