Star Foreman

Los Angeles, California

This facebook page is only for my friends. I do have a fan book page if you want to follow my work. My work owes a great deal to the technicolor cinema of the 30's-60's with the greatest debt being to the tri-color process employed by artists such as Cecil Beaton and Madame Yevonde. My work fluctuates from images of isolation to images of intimacy, Visually my work owes a great deal to the technicolor cinema of the 30's-60's with the greatest debt being to the tri-color process employed by artists such as Cecil Beaton and Madame Yevonde. If sending me a friend's request, I usually only approve people I know or know of as friends. Sorry Growing up I attended the theater with my grandfather T.E. Foreman, a local theater critic. In those dark rooms, I fell in love with the stage, and while a career in singing has never materialized (I love Sondheim the best,), I do feel those early experiences have greatly influenced my photographic work. Influenced supremely by Los Angeles, the loneliest city, my images are celluloid Hollywood dreams. As a visual improvist I have both an intuitive and technical understanding of photography. The work I produce fluctuates from isolation to intimacy, sometimes within a single frame. My work is about color, whimsy, isolation, intimacy, innovation, cinema, and well LA. Printed on archival metallic paper my fine art prints are one of a kind pieces, each one hand-signed by the artist herself. I hold a BA in photography from the Art Center College of Design, class of Summer 2008. http://www.starforeman.com

  • Work
    • LA Weekly
  • Education
    • Valley View High
    • Art Center College of Design