Artist Statement and Bio
My inspiration evolves naturally from my surroundings. The beauty and discord found in the simplicity of every day life, people and events creates a palette from which I create my images. A single moment captured, frozen in time, stirs my innate creative process. "Art is the freedom to draw your own conclusions.” I strive to draw the viewer into my vision engaging them in the decisive moment of the captured image. My photographic eye is my looking glass into the world.
Mia Wisnoski is a photographer who spends much of her time on the East End of Long Island and traveling the world capturing the images of her surroundings; always searching for that quintessential moment. Landscape photography is Mia's specialty. She creates images using black & white and infrared film and digital prints. Hand painting some of her images has been a natural progression. Her keen eye for color and strong sense of imagery makes hand painting a perfect match for her photographic talents. Develping her own unique style and skill, Mia has ventured into Abstarct photography. Using her traditional images, she transforms the images into abstract works of art.
Mia has studied photography at the International School of Photography, Parson's School of Design and The New School in New York City. Her images have been widely acclaimed and award winning. Mia has won numerous distinguished awards for her work. Her images have been exhibited through out Long Island, New York City and Los Angeles, California and Europe and Japan. Her work has gained international recognition. Her images were featured in a digital display at the Louvre in Paris, France and exhibited in the 4th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography in Berlin, Germany in 2016. Mia was selected as the First Round Winner in Art Olympia 2017 and her work was on exhibit in Tokyo, Japan at the National Living Museum. Mia's work was exhibited at the Valid Foto Gallery in Barcelona, Spain 2017 and in April and October, 2018. Recently, Mia was selected as Long Island Biennal finalist and will be exhibiting her two of abstract images at the Heckscher Museum, October 15,2020 through January 10, 2021.
Mia has memberships in numerous professional organizations for photographers. She mainains a private studio in Westhampton, New York and hosts Open Houses periodically. Studio viewing is also available by appointment.