Jim Johnson Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Jim Johnson based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Jim Johnson
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Living Rainbow by Jim Johnson
Red Cockaded Woodpecker by Jim Johnson
Blast Off by Jim Johnson
Spring Colors by Jim Johnson
In the Grass by Jim Johnson
Young Red by Jim Johnson
Back peddling by Jim Johnson
Worm Eating Warbler by Jim Johnson
Matched Pair by Jim Johnson
Trio by Jim Johnson
Painted Bunting by Jim Johnson
Signs of Spring by Jim Johnson
Cool Morning by Jim Johnson
Eagle Heads by Jim Johnson
Vermillion by Jim Johnson
Parula at Dawn by Jim Johnson
Tennessee Warbler by Jim Johnson
Yellow Headed Blackbird by Jim Johnson
Robin in the Spruces by Jim Johnson
Reflections by Jim Johnson
Merlin in the Mist by Jim Johnson
Red-Shouldered by Jim Johnson
Lazuli Bunting by Jim Johnson
Rapids Runners by Jim Johnson
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About Jim Johnson
Nature and photography have interested me since I was young. I was inspired after reading a book, by G. Ron Austing called " I Went to the Woods". His story of falconry, raptors and nature photography is still on my bookshelf today. Over the years I have photographed a diversity of subjects but avian photography is my passion. Living in Louisiana allows me to photograph a diverse population of birds as my subjects.
My images have been published on several calendars, magazine and books, to include the Tennessee Conservationist, American Birding Association, Birding Guide to Louisiana, Louisiana Conservationist calendar and Bird Watchers Digest . I have donated several images to graduate students for there presentations and various other organizations.
Every day in the field is a learning experience and I feel very fortunate to be able to enjoy the natural world. I look forward to sharing my insights into the world of nature with you.