Art Exhibition Silent Communication Portraits
As a Los Angeles fine art photographer, Linnea Lenkus understands the importance of letting one’s individuality naturally show in a portrait. Her Artist Portrait Series entails taking portraits of some of the artists who participate in our art exhibitions. Lenkus’ curatorial expertise at Linus Galleries allows her to encourage them to feel comfortable, after all, they’ve worked together throughout the organization of the art exhibition. Lenkus owns two portrait studios, in Long Beach and Pasadena, where she specializes in creating a wide range of photography for all.
Miki Saito was one of the artists selected to be a part of our art exhibition “Silent Communication”. Having a place in our contemporary art gallery show also gave way to being part of Lenkus’ artist portraits. Through her sumi ink technique, Saito’s artwork has a smoky effect, creating cloudy bursts of abstract forms. This is seen in her watercolor artwork Bull: Strength. Within the mystical configuration, a detailed bull arises, creating a balance between the realistic and abstraction.
Miki Saito, born in Japan 1985, has been constantly living between the U.S. and Japan throughout her life. She has lived in over five states in the U.S., three cities in Japan, and has traveled to more than 25 countries. Her artwork has been influenced by different cultures and ideas she has encountered along the way.
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