Bert O. Johnson’s Joie de Vivre Photography Exhibit at MLK Library Nov. 4 – Dec. 31, 2015

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Bert O. Johnson offers his view of the simple things in life in his first solo photography exhibit, Joie de Vivre, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, Nov. 4 through Dec. 31, 2015. The library is located at 150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, Calif.

In Joie de Vivre, Bert O. Johnson captures 'instants in time,' that celebrate the simple things in life.

“Joie de Vivre” is a French term meaning finding joy in every aspect of life, no matter how mundane. Bert O. Johnson offers his view of the simple things in life in his first solo photography exhibit, Joie de Vivre, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, Nov. 4 through Dec. 31, 2015. His goal with the exhibit is to inspire viewers to slow down and appreciate the beauty and pleasures that surround us. The library is located at 150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, Calif.

Johnson captures “instants in time.” His unique talent captures people and structures (both natural and manmade) interacting in places as diverse as France, Thailand, the Caribbean, and much of the Western US and Alaska.

Johnson specializes in commissioned architectural photography, creating stunning images of buildings, architectural details and vistas that are prized in the San Francisco Bay Area. His love of—and intimate knowledge of--architecture helps him capture buildings, landscape and weather interacting to create a kaleidoscope of images. He also loves motorcycles (especially Harleys), music and sports. An inveterate traveler, he never leaves home without his Nikon D3100 or Nikon D3S. His works “The First Daffodil of Spring” and “Rows and Rows of Chocolates” recently appeared in a juried exhibition at the Just for You Gallery in Healdsburg, CA, in the heart of the picturesque California wine country. He holds a certificate in Professional Photography from De Anza College. For more information about Johnson, please see: http://www.oneinstantintime.com

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