Posts by Anahit Poturyan

Vintage California Photography by Maya Soffia

February 22nd, 2016 Posted by Art, Los Angeles, Mediums, Photography No Comment yet

Preferring to work with the cooler tones of the color wheel, Soffia also frames her images in a subtle vignette of blurring, affecting the likeness of vintage photography. She knows the best time to shoot with sunlight; her photos are always relaxed with a mixture of sun soaked surfaces and lens flair – thick with haze in the air.

The Vintage Anthropomorphic Portraiture of Ryan Berkley Brings an Imaginative World to Life

January 12th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Illustration No Comment yet

Take the flamboyant cheetah – he appears to be a gentleman at a ball, or the panda – one could presume him to be a sommelier, or the dinosaur – on vacation in the tropics.

Christine Mahoney’s Chaotic and Colorful Landscapes of Abstraction

November 17th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Los Angeles, New York, Paintings No Comment yet

If there’s one world that could describe Christine Mahoney’s painting’s that would be: landscape. However, her paintings aren’t the landscapes of Hockney or naturalist painters. The young New-York native, Los Angeles based artist is a painter documenting growth, that of her own and of the world passing around her. Her paintings are full of inexorable waves of color and energetic movement. The viewer becomes fully engrossed in a world full of landscapes of abstraction.