| trend described as na?ve art.
Michal Kimhi’s corpus falls safely into this category and coincides with this trend, which retains its position as an essential element of the art scene across periods....|
|all, goes the Hebrew idiom. Inspired by Yaffa Shabat’s corpus, we’d like to suggest that the paper can take it all and also have fun while at it; and once ready, the ensuing product is delightful too....|
|nd Israel, spots where nature meets urbanity. She immortalizes-freezes these in photographs, and later draws on ‘photo sketch’ as a source for her own art, while laying out her own interpretive world....|
|s comes together in a swirl of soft, incandescent, transparent and opaque colors, with ethereal images that merge in with color systems and seem to be randomly created from within and into themselves....|
|ts story, reveals it to her while revealing itself, and thus becomes her own story. This story reflects joy. It probably emanates from joy, and may also give the artist some joy at the end of the day....|
|ited intentionally, or the one etched in her memory. But the landscape which finally makes its way into her paintings is a physical-visual platform telling the story of her soul – the inner landscape....|
| with something inside – I went inside, saw some interesting things and a whole world emerged… I wanted to show something which is deep within the flower. My grandson gave it a title – A Flower Womb.”...|
|es the heart” (as Gombrich said of Toscanini). In this journey of the mind guiding the heart guiding the hand, a whole world of colorful structural expression unfolds – a map of the soul, if you want....|
|enetrates it. Together they form an expressive human chain that tells the story of a person and their universe – all through the works of an artist sculpting in photography.
Dr. Nurit Cederboum
|inary, yet at the same time she also highlights those lines; if anything, it is a testament to Glazer's internal struggle, condemning the abuse of nature which is actually an abuse of man himself....|