L Aviva Diamond | Light Stream, A Solo Exhibition

L Aviva Diamond | Light Stream, A Solo Exhibition

L Aviva Diamond

a solo exhibition

Dates: February 22 to March 20, 2020
Reception: February 22, 6-9 pm

Location: Los Angeles Art Association
Gallery 825
825 N La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 652-8272

“Diamond allows viewers to slip beneath a shifting surface to reach something far deeper, an ethereal and transcendent cosmology, from which she shapes works that transport and expand.” – Genie Davis, Diversions LA

In her Los Angeles solo exhibition “Light Stream,” abstract nature photographer L. Aviva Diamond plunges the viewer into water’s mystical essence. This is art as a form of meditation, transmitting the spiritual aspects of water. Diamond uses large-scale images to create an immersive experience of the ambiguous, shifting, elemental forces of the cosmos. Her work melds the natural external world with the inner realms of dream, myth and symbol. The boundaries between earth and sky, wave and galaxy, become blurred. Universal becomes cellular; water and light merge into simultaneous creation and destruction – the swirling energies of a shifting universe.

L. Aviva Diamond began taking photos as a teenager, inspired by the works of Minor White and Paul Klee. She spent many years as a journalist, reporting and shooting for The Miami Herald, winning a local Emmy in St. Louis, and becoming a network correspondent for ABC News. She later established a successful corporate media training business. In 2014, Diamond joined the Los Angeles Art Association and began exhibiting her work. Her art has been included in shows at the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Palm Springs Art Museum, Neutra Institute Gallery, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Latino Art Museum and various California galleries.

For more information on L. Aviva Diamond’s work, please visit http://www.avivartphotography.com

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