I received this press release from Adriane Biondo. If you are in the LA area, you should make it to the opening. Adriane’s work is about 80% iphonic art: I’ve seen the images and they are wonderful!
Los Angeles- -WHAT WE SAW: a collaborative showcase from three travelers who have documented their trips around the globe. Each artist uses her own style to bring the viewer on a journey tracing the path of WHAT WE SAW.
Opening Saturday June 2, 2012 at Los Angeles’ own Weidman Gallery: Contact (323) 655-0087
Adriane Biondo’s professional life has been immersed the music industry for the last two decades, with a recent focus on international concert touring, having toured with the likes of Aerosmith and The Eagles, amongst others. Her work takes her to all corners of the globe, fitting in shoots around her hectic work schedule. (African safari at dawn, anyone?) Her digital format work is comprised of images shot on a standard DSLR, as well as images borne of the up and coming mobile photography movement.. Adriane’s mobile images, (shot on an iPhone4 and processed on an iPad2) currently hang on the virtual walls of various internet galleries such as wwwpixelsatanexhibition.zippykid.it.
Cat Mihos has spent the last ten years seeing the world from a tour bus, travelling with acts ranging from Lady Gaga to Motley Crue. When she is off the road, she assists author Neil Gaiman in various supporting roles. A published writer, Cat has shown her “glass candy bars” nationwide, she presents her photographs in small-format frames made from recycled hand-cut glass, delicately wrapped in copper plating. Cat pairs analog with digital in her work.
Bonita Pietila is a producer on The Simpsons with a mad passion for travel.
Bonnie shoots exclusively on 35mm film, which is considered an art form in itself in this age of digital takeover. Her images present big and bold in their 24” x 36” formatting. Comprised primarily of landscapes, Bonita’s fine art prints are shown on canvas.
The Weidman Gallery has been L.A.’s premiere source for quality custom framing and original movie and vintage advertising posters since 1963. Boasting a huge and diverse inventory from the 1890’s to the present, they also offer thousands of unique and exclusive framing options. It is a staple with in-the-know Angelenos and the “go to” source for interior designers, set decorators and art directors. This second generation, family owned gallery is located on world famous Melrose Avenue. It is always a fun and funky trip with their ever changing inventory and innovative framing designs from the most basic to the most outrageous! www.weidmangallery.com