Conservation Foundation to Showcase the Artwork of Flo Singer Johnson

Arts & Culture

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast to host the exhibit, The Natural World Through the Eyes of Flo Singer Johnson, January through March 2022. This unique exhibit showcases a sample of Johnson's bold, colorful watercolor interpretations of landscapes, animals, flowers, and seascapes.

Flo Singer Johnson (1923-2012) was born in Germany and exhibited annually in Europe for more than a dozen years. Described as an impressionist, she was known for her passionate use of color and exploration of shapes, painting personal, subjective statements of her perceptions of the natural world. Johnson and her husband Floyd were both visual artists and founded the Floyd C. and Flo Singer Johnson Foundation. They lived in Sarasota for more than 40 years.

The exhibit’s opening reception is Wednesday, January 12 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the foundation’s Burrows-Matson House headquarters at Bay Preserve, 400 Palmetto Avenue in Osprey. All artwork will be available for purchase and the Singer Johnson Foundation is generously donating one-hundred percent of the proceeds to Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast. 

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