Hayley Eichenbaum – The Mother Road

The Mother Road photo series, a celebration of colors and shapes captured by Hayley Eichenbaum.

Hayley Eichenbaum is a Los Angeles, California based artist and photographer. In 2013, she received her BFA in Integrated Studio Art and Illustration from Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. In numerous solo and group shows, her body of work has been exhibited mainly nationally until now. Hayley Eichenbaum says: “My objective is to produce situations that confront social and moral constructions of female identity. The work careens through the potentials of sculpture, design, engineering, live performance, and photography.” More below.

The Mother Road series by Hayley Eichenbaum.
The Mother Road series by Hayley Eichenbaum.

The Mother Road.

The images in this article have been selected from Hayley’s “The Mother Road” series part one and two. Inspired by 1960s cinematography, the series celebrates the freedom of traveling as well the interaction of form and color found in a variety of architecture and landscapes. Check out the following images. For more, please visit Hayley Eichenbaum’s website or follow her on Instagram: @inter_disciplinary

Like a staged scenery.
That looks almost like a staged scenery.
Mint blue walls.
Mint blue walls.
Motel car park.
Motel car park.
All in pink.
All in pink.
No gasoline, but Donuts.
No gasoline, but Donuts.
Siesta
Siesta – Minimalist photography inspired by the 1960s.
Symmetry and harmony.
Symmetry and harmony.

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