Alli Johnston is a visual artist based in Newfoundland and Labrador. She was born and raised in southern Ontario and moved to Corner Brook in 2001. She now splits her time between her homes in Corner Brook, and on Fogo Island and Exploits Island. Alli’s multi-disciplinary art practice focuses on her sense of place and her connection to nature. Her first visual art form was film photography and she began painting with watercolour in 2006. In recent years, Alli has been working to expand her art practice and has taken credit courses in textile art, printmaking, and drawing in the Visual Arts program at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. Alli currently contributes to FOCI’s work as PULP Gallery’s Curator in Residence and Guest Programmer.