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JW Johnston releases video preview of first major solo show in a decade
In a new, two-minute video, fine art photographer JW Johnston presents tantalizing samples of his latest exhibition “New Work. Old Haunts.”, opening First Friday, April 5th from 6-9:00pm at the Orazio Salati Studio & Gallery, 204 State Street in Binghamton. The exhibition will run until May 25th. For “New Work. Old Haunts.” Johnston brings together multiple projects, capturing images of the natural landscape, social landscape, and studies of light, shadow and form. The exhibition runs until May 25th. This is the first major solo show in a decade for JW Johnston, the Whitney Point photographer and educator whose award-winning work is in private, public, and corporate collections throughout the Northeastern United States.
JW Johnston grew up in Whitney Point and moved back to his boyhood home after many years in the Washington, DC area. He is an adjunct photography instructor at SUNY Broome Community College and conducts independent photographic workshops throughout the region. Among other honors, Johnston’s work was selected for the 2017 Southern Tier Biennial and the international exhibition “Abstract Expressions” in Middlebury, Vermont. A WSKG profile of JW Johnston and his work has aired on public television stations across the country.
See more of Johnston’s work at www.jwjohnston.com or on Instagram @jwjohnstonfineart. To request an interview or for more information, contact Sharon Ball at 607-760-7292, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact JW Johnston at 607-237-4951, email: email@example.com.