This series began with one image. Driving past Edward Durell Stone’s “striking tower of stacked white arches”, built in 1962, my eyes caught a different perspective: the reflection of a palm tree, juxtaposed perfectly within a window frame. This led to an abstract and minimalist point of view, with the intention to awaken a new sense of awareness in visualizing a different dimension in the interaction of objects and spaces. My photographic work aims to showcase the unseen and often hidden landscape inherent with an ordinary space, based not solely on what one sees, but how one sees it.
Emilia Kashfian is an international award-winning fine art photographer, based in Los Angeles. Her art has been exhibited in various galleries across the world, including New York City, Portland, Paris, Barcelona, Budapest, Athens, Melbourne, and Hanoi. She has also received several accolades, including the Julia Margaret Cameron Award, the IPA's, the PX3's, the Black & White Spider Awards, the FAPA'S, the International Color Awards, the TIFA's, the MIFA's, the BIFA's, the IPPAWARDS, the MPA's, as well as a 5-time Featured Artist on Apple’s Shot On iPhone campaign.