Robert Johnson, of Vero Beach, Florida, is the owner of Stealth Self Health. Away from work, Robert Johnson supports the Vero Beach Museum of Art, which will mount at least three new exhibitions in 2018, including:
Paul Outerbridge: New Color Photographs from Mexico and California. Running from January 20 through June 3, the exhbition focuses on an early expert in color photography. Photographing ordinary people in and near the Baja Peninsula, Outerbridge used the Kodachrome process to record subjects at resorts and airports in the 1940s and 1950s. Once dismissed as too commercial, he is now known for his unique view of the meeting of two cultures.
Medieval to Metal: The Art & Evolution of the Guitar. Scheduled for January 27 through May 6, the exhibition traces the development of the guitar family of instruments over the last 500 years. Beginning with the Moorish oud and the European lute, the exhibit will showcase 40 guitars in the progression to the acoustic and electric models of today. It also will enlighten visitors about significant players of the last century.
The Martin Lewis Exhibit. Taking place between February 3 and May 13, this exhibition features the work of a leading printmaker of the early 20th century. On display will be lithographs and intaglios of atmospheric scenes from city and country. Mostly unknown to the public, the prints are influenced by film noir and the Ashcan School of American art, and have been compared to Rembrandt and Whistler.