Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1990, Emily Hana Johnson is a London based artist. Hana graduated from COFA (Sydney Australia) with a Bachelor of Art Education in 2013 majoring in drawing and painting, Minoring in printmaking; sculpture; ceramics; photography (analogue & digital); architecture-public art; outsider art (law) and metal casting (bronze).
Hana is principally a draughtsman and has been doing so from a young age, however in recent years her practice has begun to morph with aspects of both 3D and 4D forms including mediums of painting, drawing, ceramics, printmaking and paper/light installation. Her artistic focus falls along the connection of angular tessellation’s, shadow, and light, and the way these aspects interrelate to change an audiences perception of an object.
2009 - 2013 Studied at College of Fine arts (Scholarship) Bach of Art Education UNSW Drawing and painting major. Minoring in printmaking; sculpture; ceramics; photography (analogue & digital); architecture-public art; outsider art (law) and metal casting (bronze)
2016 June-August - Artist Residency at OT301 Amsterdam
2016 August 18 - 4Bid Gallery Solo Show, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2016 August - Installation at De School, alongside Children of the Light - Diapositive. Amsterdam
2016 January 20- Practice What You Teach group show- M2 Gallery Surry Hills
2016 January 19- Visions Beyond group show - Kudos Gallery Paddington
2015 September- Solo exhibition 'SPLIT' Carlton Project space NG gallery, Chippendale
2015 May-July- Group exhibition at Black Toast, Annandale
2015 January- Exhibition Laneways project, Baru Art, Little Hunter St Sydney CBD
2014 December- Exhibition Folklore, Paddington
2014 June- Exhibition at Chasm Gallery, Chippendale
2013- Art Director - Tank (short film)
2009- Work highlighted and exhibited ArtExpress at ‘The Armoury'
2007- Book Binding Charles Sturt University