Influenced by Mark Rothko "slow swirl at the edge of the sea" (1944)
I was born and raised in Israel.
In 1982, I immigrated to Canada where I studied and worked.
My love of the arts started at a young age although art creation has been a "semi-dormant" passion for years. Eventually, I returned to art creation with formal training.
In Toronto, I work in acrylic on large canvases and while away , I works in pencil and chalk on paper.
For me art creation, despite of the enjoyment and satisfaction, is not an easy or quick process. I find that there are many challenges to meet in order to complete works.
Initially, my approach was controlled and "cerebral“ seeking figurative subjects such as models. Lately, I have tried to be more abstract, instinctive, expressive and creative. And it is not easy! I am espcially influenced by expressive abstratct artists of the NY 50's.
Works on this site have been created over the last 10 years and represent variations in subjects, technique and influences.
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This painting is an homage to 5 artists who painted Abstract Expressionism in NY during the 1950s - Andy Warhol, Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman, Yayoi Kusama and Ad Reinhardt. The painting combines elemnts similar to their works in a new composition. For short the work may also be called "Chicken Soup" for the very distinct Cambell's Chicken Soup can.
Driving at night in Southern Ontario I caught a glimpse of a house on the hill surrounded by the darkness and only 3 doors are lighted, like a safe entry from the menacing night. Please note that the painting's visibility is impacted by the lighting and may appear darker than in the picture.