Arkitip has released their latest issue, number 54. This time they collaborated with artist Serena Mitnik-Miller. The magazine comes with painting samples, photography samples and with a treasured spots map of San Francisco, produced by the artist for Arkitip.
“” Serena Mitnik-Miller executes her painting with watercolor on paper, employing transparent, all over repetitive shapes in vivid colors that reference nature specific to the sea. Mitnik-Miller associates these colors and geometries with organic vocabulary and palette, most importantly its complex dynamic. The paintings become increasingly disorienting with layered internal space and vortex like sensibility shifting the image beyond the paper.
In her photographic work Mitnik-Miller both seduces and alienates the viewer employing graphic and abstract approach to her images. Experiential qualities of light abound within the images, embracing the films grain to create a watercolor-like effect when printed on natural matte paper.
Serena currently lives and works near the ocean in San Francisco, where she helps to run the Mollusk Surf Shop Gallery and her own new venture, General Store. “”
The issue is now available for purchase here.
Many images from her works and the magazine follow after the jump.