|static with figures extending their hands upward, body organs not necessarily in their anatomical order, and states as they are viewed externally, versus situations depicting the inner states of mind....|
|acham, using her own signs – marks, colors, shape and matter, composition – presents us with the sight of her cities, and thereby prompts the spectator to ask what the city really is, under the cover....|
|ular lines. The sense of occurrence and movements is enhanced by covering the entire surface "all overness". Three dimensional perspective and sense of multiple layers are achieved by using ...|
|ing it in a spiritual world of reflection. We have learnt by now that being and life comprise contradictions, which can spur growth, just as the frog may become a prince.
dr. Nurit Cederbuim.
|r’ into an order with its own codes, and shows the beauty of the unformed, while allowing whatever comes to the surface (even when inspired by some reality) to just be.
dr. Nurit Cederbuim.
|e eye, but we may delve deeper into the inner layers and learn about the message that lies in the medium and the meaning of the different shapes, which may double as symbols.
dr. Nurit Cederbuim....|
|stic art. Technical knowledge, recognition of materials and development of subjects, accompany him in the artistic way unfolding before him. With diligence combined with experimentalism he advances to...|
|sage that El-Raz seeks to convey concerns persistence and tenacity in the political situation, through the protracted conflict, and pertains to the occupied territories. Relentlessly, systematically, ...|
| then casts in a new mold. He turns spirit into matter, shape into fantasy, and reality into an open, abundant source of inspiration, which can be changed, subverted and converted into something else....|
|nd souvenirs from a physical, mental, lifetime journey. Memory, experience, emotion, place, and object combine together in thick brushstrokes and intense colors, exuding freedom as well as discipline....|