By Anne Cacherell
21-year old photographer Masha Sardari was born in Rybnitsa, Moldova. She moved to United States at the age of 12 and is now residing in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
This self-educated artist started her artistic journey in 2010 when she received a camera as a gift. She challenged herself with a project that captures a photograph every day for 365 days. This served as her training ground to manipulate elements and concepts on her own.
Her surreal and captivating images are drawn from her childhood memories, colors of nature and mythical beings. Furthermore, Sardari is also inspired by mysterious events and things in life that she couldn’t comprehend and that explains why her works appear to be dreamy and obscure.
Check out some of her portraits to see the drama and the tension in her works.
The touch of creepiness in her photographs makes it more interesting and mystifying. Do you find the inner world of Sardari’s mind enigmatic? What can you say about her style and concept? Tell us what’s on your mind.