I am a NYC-based (Israeli-born) artist, integrating traditional painting techniques and contemporary art practices. My media of choice are oil, pastel, charcoal, graphite, and printmaking.
My work is an exploration of the role of representational art objects in an era of digital image ecstasy. It touches on the dissonance between the fragility of memory and the severity of documentation, highlighting the role subjectivity plays in shaping perceptions of the "real." By bringing together classical techniques with present-day outlooks, I seek to compose pieces embodying both the weight of nostalgia and an exhilaration of the unexplored.
I earned my BFA in Fine Arts with a minor in Printmaking from Parsons School of Design (NYC). I am also a graduate of the Master Class program at Hatahana Studio for Figurative Drawing and Painting (Tel Aviv).