Zaria Forman is a contemporary artist famous for her depictions of icebergs, waves, and the Arctic areas of the planet. Zaria Forman was born in Massachusetts in the year 1982.
The artist mother was a well respected fine art photographer. As a child she grew up visiting vast and quiet landscapes around the globe.
The artist hopes to inspire people to make a change in how we treat the environment.
In this clip a great interview with Zaria Forman. We also see the artist at work on a piece. She works in pastels and does a lot of blending of edges and makes some strokes using her fingers:
The artist completed a trip to the country of Greenland following in the footsteps of William Bradford. The original artist to make this journey in the late 1860s.
The artist has also worked as a jewelry designer and yoga teacher.
Price range information: Prints range from $400 to $1300. No pricing available on originals.
Below a link to the artist’s website:
Forman is an artist in residence for the National Geographic Explorer in the Arctic.
What a great style the artist has created. From a design aspect I enjoy that the artist brings land into the bottom of most images and leaves the sky out.