The Art of Allan Wesley Johnson

Allan Wesley Johnson is proud to announce his safe arrival from Asia and Peru.

New and exciting things are happening with the relaunch of this site (January, lets hope).
We are not only offering prints for sale, but Masterclass video presentations with yours truly as the official instructor.

We think you will be excited of the new look… can’t wait for you to re-join us so we can create some fantastic art together.

See you soon…

Atlas Mountain Berber

Atlas Mountain Berber

Charcoal on illustration board 22" by 27"

Team Work

Team Work

Pencil on pencil on white illustration board 20" by 15"

Pow Wow Dancer

Pow Wow Dancer

Acrylic on white illustration board 40" by 32"

Hassan - The Butcher's Son

Hassan - The Butcher's Son

Charcoal on black illustration board 18" by 27"

Fishing Story

Fishing Story

Pencil on illustration board 21" by 29"

Curious Beach Walker

Curious Beach Walker

Acrylic on canvas 22" by 27"

Curious Team

Curious Team

Pencil on canvas

Village Elder

Village Elder

Charcoal on black illustration board 21" by 26"

Working Companions

Working Companions

Charcoal on illustration board 18" by 21"

Photo Realism

A state of art and sculpture characterized by the highly detailed depiction of ordinary life with the impersonality of a photograph.  The rendering of images in an extremely realistic way.

Team Work

Team Work

Pencil on pencil on white illustration board 20" by 15"

Top of the Trail

Top of the Trail

Pencil on pencil on white illustration board 22" by 17"

Hassan - The Butcher's Son

Hassan - The Butcher's Son

Charcoal on black illustration board 18" by 27"

Learn About Photo Realism

For some artists, it is the ultimate challenge – “the ability to create something from nature to make it look like the same item is is immolating.” Almost a form of “copy-catting.”  I constantly challenge myself in all medium of Art.  Photorealism seems to be my style. I understand and respect all genres of art and I have attempted other genres with mild success. I truly believe in “studies.” What better way to study by re-creating as close to realism as possible.  I really appreciate the real beauty, observe it for hours, to go even deeper, try drawing it.  “The more you see, the more yo understand the illusion.”

How to Contact the Artist

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