Kim Johnson studied at the Corcoran School of Art before beginning a career as a graphic designer. After designing one corporate brochure too many, she thought it would be more fun to be an animator, which was indeed the case. She subsequently moved on to designing and directing animation for television commercials and program openings, such as "The Nanny" and "The Rosy O'Donnell Show". This was even more fun than animating had been, as she was now able to boss around numerous talented persons. She currently lives in suburban Connecticut, with her family, including two daughters who boss her around mercilessly. Poetic justice? Perhaps. Her illustrative style today reflects her roots in animation, in which she still dabbles.
Conceptual, Digital, Impressionistic, Painterly, Floral, Concept Art
Humor, Adventure, Architecture, Book Covers, Botanical, Children's Books, Editorial, Education, Food, Holidays, Landscape, Mystery, Nature, People, Romance, Still Life, Americana, Food/Beverage, Spiritual, Environmental, Urban