Liliane Blom is an award-winning photographer, classically trained painter, and innovative installation artist. She describes her fusion of painting and photography as digital painting. Based in Rockville, Maryland she is a cultural nomad, an immigrant with many roots that has lived her life at the intersection of cultures.
Liliane's installations are interactive and immersive and often environmental in scope, they engage the viewer with sound/touch and light. Playful, they unapologetically appeal to our sense of wonder and invite the viewer into a contemplative space.
She is currently focusing on her "Four Seasons" project. "Four Seasons" is a series that honors all women and our common mother the earth. They are portraits of women from around the world personifying the seasons. The circle is at the heart of this series and women as the champions of the environment at its center. The series is meant to empower the viewer to see the beauty and value to be found at all ages and in all ethnic groups and is intended to combat stereotypes and ageism in a way that is both subtle and powerful.
Liliane Blom is actively engaged in the arts community in the DMV and has served on a variety of boards, including Artomatic, The Cultural Arts Commission of Rockville, and as President of the Rockville Art League and a member of Art Watch since its inception in 2016. She believes in using art as a tool for social justice and has participated in a variety of protest actions.