Wheaton Mahoney (b. 1970) is an American artist celebrated for her conceptual photographic series. Her intimate portraiture skillfully captures micro expressions in her subjects, while her still-life compositions delve into the poignant journey from youth to adulthood, creating portfolios that are rich with nuanced and bold layers. Mahoney is renowned for her adept use of color theory and layering techniques to evoke the passage of time and the preservation of life's joys. Her work has been prominently featured in publications such as Medium Format Magazine and Click Pro Magazine, where she graced the cover. Mahoney has earned accolades from Phase One camera systems, Shutterbug Magazine, and Florida International Magazine's "Top 50 Artists" several years in a row. She has also achieved Master's Accreditation from The Portrait Masters and received The Mahlon Cline Award for Excellence. Her photography has garnered recognition and awards from prestigious publications such as PhotoDistrict News, Range Finder Magazine, and Wedding & Portrait Photographers International. Her work has been exhibited at art fairs, galleries, and museums across the United States.
Wheaton Mahoney, a graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design, is based in Western Massachusetts and Los Angeles, California.