ART & PATISSERIE AT STRESSED
UNTIL 31 DECEMBER, 2019

Patisserie STRESSED presents the fine photographic and abstract art of Reylia and Johnna Slaby in the exhibition until December. The Slaby sisters’ intriguing art is rich with style, subtlety, and soft colour. Being American artists having grown up in Japan, the twins are uniquely positioned to create fine art that blends elements of the Japanese aesthetic with contemporary appeal. Our patisserie will become a gallery of fine art with paintings and prints displayed and on sale.

 

 

Until 31 December 2019


reylia_photo Reylia Slaby

Having been born and raised in Japan, Reylia Slaby uses the influences from her unusual upbringing as the main theme in her artwork. Her photos are a rich blend of the Japanese aesthetic, and is greatly revealing of her personal experiences and thought. From the culture of Japan to be a ‘third culture kid,’ her desire is to weave all the different aspects of her life into her art. She strongly believes in an empirical body of work and is adamant when it comes to adding an individual and unique meaning to each image. Photography entered her life as a gradient. Originally a semi-professional graphite pencil artist, Reylia made a gradual switch to photography around her teen years and then discovered fine art photography in 2012. It instantly struck a chord, and she knew that she had finally found her ideal outlet of self-expression, and for years immersed herself in the fine art world through books, online sources, and other artist’s work that inspired and moved her.

johnna_photo Johnna Slaby

Johnna Slaby is an abstract artist born and based in Osaka, Japan. Originally on the road to becoming a classical pianist, her career took a sudden turn when she discovered urban sketching and fell in love with the rough lines, textures and the different ways of representing life. She made the transition from sketching to abstract painting from 2014. She currently experiments with incorporating physical objects and coffee into her work, creating pieces that start conversations of culture and the beauty in our everyday lives.

reylia_photo
Reylia Slaby

Having been born and raised in Japan, Reylia Slaby uses the influences from her unusual upbringing as the main theme in her artwork. Her photos are a rich blend of the Japanese aesthetic, and is greatly revealing of her personal experiences and thought. From the culture of Japan to be a ‘third culture kid,’ her desire is to weave all the different aspects of her life into her art. She strongly believes in an empirical body of work and is adamant when it comes to adding an individual and unique meaning to each image. Photography entered her life as a gradient. Originally a semi-professional graphite pencil artist, Reylia made a gradual switch to photography around her teen years and then discovered fine art photography in 2012. It instantly struck a chord, and she knew that she had finally found her ideal outlet of self-expression, and for years immersed herself in the fine art world through books, online sources, and other artist’s work that inspired and moved her.

 

johnna_photo

Johnna Slaby

Johnna Slaby is an abstract artist born and based in Osaka, Japan. Originally on the road to becoming a classical pianist, her career took a sudden turn when she discovered urban sketching and fell in love with the rough lines, textures and the different ways of representing life. She made the transition from sketching to abstract painting from 2014. She currently experiments with incorporating physical objects and coffee into her work, creating pieces that start conversations of culture and the beauty in our everyday lives.

 

 

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