Opening Night Photos with Korin Faught, Mia, and Krista HuotJuxtapoz // Friday, 01 Oct 2010
Mia explores the collective power within each being. Mia has stated, “all individuals contain an entire universe within them, which is invisible to the naked eye,” and her new pieces present a beautiful and highly detailed series which explores the metaphorical and the search for personal and communal identity.
Korin Faught’s starkly lit beach scenes see beautiful women lounging seaside, a location normally associated with fun and play. Her works, however, contain a foreboding feel that draws viewers in to contemplate what lies behind each character’s story.
Krista Huot’s paintings transport the viewer into a fairytale land inhabited by green nymphs in forest landscapes. Though charming in nature, the creatures represent and confront our connection to nature and a concern for the future of the environment.
Mia with her works
Hands that See by Mia
Tool's Adam Jones, Angie Winslow, Linda Arredondo and Matt Santoro
Forester by Krista Huot
Singularity by Korin Faught
Luke Chueh, Brandi Milne, Lola and Mia enjoy a double-take
A packed house
Polluted Naiad by Krista Huot
Fawn by Korin Faught
Eau de Parfum by Mia
Korin Faught, Krista Huot and Mia
On View through October 16, 2010
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
Photos by Sam Graham.