”Wax and Plant” Photography by Masha Melnik, California, 2018 In my research, I argue about what looks more realistic and organic, figures made of wax or a living plant in a pot. Hypocrisy, faces, alive and just natural, eternal in not eternal things, can I distinguish the fake from the real? What remains in my […]Read more "Wax and Plant"
I am the mirror, the ink, the electricity of my nerves. The only thing that I know well it is a dual me, where are oblivion of images briefly flow between absent me. With all these series I do explore of myself without confusions.Read more "DIALECT"
Copyright © Masha Melnik Photography 2005 – 2017. All rights reserved 111 viewsRead more "MONTEREY. CALIFORNIA"
CMYK BY PANTON® MIXED MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHY BY MASHA MELNIK, 2014 – 2017 YEARSRead more "CMYK BY PANTON®"
I like the idea of “pop-ups.”
Something short and temporary like reminders on my laptop screen.
They bear me down to do something, and disappearing. Same with my memories. The energy of the past situation wakes me up and pushing to create. If I miss the moment to design it will go away then.Read more "CHINATOWN POP UPS"
“TO BIARRITZ” FRANCE, 2011. Contemporary Photography by Masha Melnik. TRAVELING PHOTOGRAPHY. Canon EOS Mark 5 III. Canon Lens 16 – 35 mm Ultrasonic f 2.8 USM. Recommended for Decorating in Contemporary Styles. Copyright © Masha Melnik Photography 2005 – 2017. All rights reserved 10099 viewsRead more "TO BIARITTZ"
I was thinking about fog in the winter when something came to my mind.
I tried to read the symbol of confusions, but it was unpleasant to me. My looming difficulties are not visible
so I have to discover something that I couldn’t imagine
The mental senses are just an indicator for the metaphoric world. My awakened feelings are the direction to my truth. How often do I see the clarity over obsessions?
A synthetic time is here to escape the moment. I am just one of the no name elements of multiple realities, a predictor of positive transformations.
Inspiration extracted my psyche-body and fog came out to my reality. Now everything is an illusion.
Masha Melnik©, Winter, California, 2013