Music Meets Fashion featuring artist Sarah Johnson

Music Meets Fashion featuring artist Sarah Johnson

Model: Sarah Johnson

Photographer: Rebecca Lesser

Clothing & Styling: Sarah Johnson’s personal collection

Photos taken at Shannon Porter Studio in Winona, MN

Vintage golden gown from the 1950's.

Vintage golden gown from the 1950’s.

Sarah in her own words:

“I’ve been in Winona since the turn of the century, and I love it. So much art, music, funky goodness, natural beauty. Music was always a part of my life as a young person and I got distracted by other things for a long time, so I am very excited to be making music again these last few years. I am honored to be a vocalist with Manfort (rock/roots/blues) and the Old Fashioneds (old time jazz and rock ‘n ‘roll) and I have had the privilege of being a guest vocalist with Limestone Cowboy. I am a regularly featured performer for my cats, Frankie and Ilse, typically vocals and fake tap dancing in my kitchen and living room. I often make up comedy routines while I’m driving, out loud to myself and yes, I ‘m hilarious, I believe. I would consider myself a multimedia artist, painting and drawing being my first loves. My visual art can be spotted in random and sundry places, including Winona’s Handmade Neighborhood sale, on mnartist.org, on Mike Munson’s cd, and on the bathroom walls at Ed’s (No Name) Bar.”

 

Sarah wearing an altered silk gown with sequined accents.

Sarah wearing an altered silk gown with sequined accents.

 

Sarah in Blue

1950s style sleeveless gown with vintage opera gloves.

 

Vintage black dress with plaid accent.

Vintage black dress with plaid accent.

 

Vintage woven gold gown with black opera gloves.

Vintage woven gold gown with black opera gloves.

Sarah’s upcoming shows include the Old Fashioneds on March 6th and Manfort on March 15th, both at Ed’s (No Name) Bar. Her visual art will be on exhibit at the Page Theater at St. Mary’s University in November.

 

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