Elina shares how Muse is the intuition that guides her through the process of making.

She highlights her Soviet Union family tales through food, photography and storytelling – leading her to discover deeper roots and new creative processes. Elina, has been an observer of the world around her. In this talk she shares a botanical photography project in San Francisco capturing more than a 100 blooms individually – including a massive apple tree.

About the speaker

Elina Frumerman is a designer and photographer living and working in San Francisco. Born in the former Soviet Union, raised in New Jersey, Elina has been an observer of the world around her for as long as she can remember. In her personal work she is passionate about making images and uses beauty as an entry point for curiosity and learning. Her work explores creating sensory experiences around food, portraiture and environment. She’s interested in how everyday experiences can turn into art and how the process of making influences the final product. Elina will be having a solo show at the Jones Institute November 9, 2019.

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