Image Credit: Luna, 2008
Nancy Ravenhall Johnson
Photography by Jan Seeger
This exhibition is about ingenuity and artistic inspiration. It reveals a journey that threads through a graphic designer's career. From 1987 to 2012, Nancy Ravenhall Johnson grew and mastered a variety of positions at the Bowers Museum. She started as Gallery Store Manager, then became Graphic Designer, and then VP of Public Relations and Director of Creative Design.
Her works represent many hours of research vested in technical learning, developing graphics and timelines and overseeing their production. Examples of these will be used as backdrops to the exhibition. In the foreground will be her artistic compositions that meld images with her love of people, nature, folk art, folklore, poetry and world cultures. The end result is a whimsical, joyful view through a kaleidoscope of digital arts, graphic design and fibers.
All of her experiences and vision find a way for all ends to meet.