The Artist and The Space ~ Emily

The 5th artist of this series is Emily Johnson, a jewelry artist who works from her studio in the Northrup King Building, in the heart of the Minneapolis art district. I love her designs, especially the raw hammered metal work she so skillfully creates. She has been a full time artist for 10 years and I do know the amount of work and determination that takes!

I spent an hour in her studio while she was working during one of the busiest time of the year. I invite you to see the photos of the artist and the space here and visit her website to see Emily’s beautiful work.

I hope you are enjoying this series, please share a few words in the comments below. Thank you for visiting!

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You can also visit The Artist & The Space gallery on my website.

14 thoughts on “The Artist and The Space ~ Emily

  1. I have just ordered your book on Street Photography, and signed up for your next Webinar. I’m inspired by all these photographs in your blog, especially the black and whites. I didn’t know about Fuji’s Acros B&W conversion, just wish I could try it. A bit difficult with a Panasonic GH2! Thanks to the UK’s Guardian newspaper’s Jan 3rd article about you, Otherwise I wouldn’t have known.

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    • Thank you Alex! The Fujifilm film sim are only availabe on Fujifilm cameras but I’m sure you can make some nice B&W in camera with your too. The camera doesn’t matter, its the 12 inches behind it that make the picture 😉 Hopefully you can join a workshop some day! Yes, it was really sweet of my student to write a piece about her experience under my mentorship.

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