Recent Murals

My Little Jewish Time Capsule, a Kitchen Mural
 

While visiting the Vatican in Rome I was able to to see Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling. It’s difficult spiritually for a Jew to enter such a Catholic place, but it was well worth it to do so as an artist.

During this trip throughout Italy, seeing many murals and paintings, I came away with inspiration to begin again to paint. It had taken me four years to find my inspiration after moving to Israel, and what I found since arriving began to flow out in an utter mess across my kitchen cabinets.

Without a studio to develop my thoughts and practice in, the poorly constructed kitchen cabinets became my canvas ... and what better place to begin to paint the Jewish version of events than in my kitchen! The mural is right next to the table we share with our family and friends, and our own personal symbol of the Holy Temple that we lost thousands of years ago.

Starry Night Sky on Attic Bedroom Ceiling 
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Day 2
Day 2

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Day 5, Final Mural
Day 5, Final Mural

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Wave Wall and Skate Park on Office Walls 

Wave Wall (from stairway vortex)
Wave Wall (from stairway vortex)

Latex and acrylic

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Wave Wall (with owners dog in tube)
Wave Wall (with owners dog in tube)

Latex and acrylic

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Wave Wall
Wave Wall

Latex and acrylic

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Skate Park
Skate Park

Latex and acrylic

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Skate Park
Skate Park

Latex and acrylic

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Wave Wall
Wave Wall

Latex and acrylic

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Early Works

As a young lad I was mostly interested in ceramics, spending hours and hours building hand sculptures and throwing on the wheel. The process was transformative for me, and I never completely left it behind as I learned to work in other mediums. Ceramics returned to the forefront briefly while I was an undergrad, but ultimately I found that art was much more than just sculpting. I branched out energetically for the first time in painting while attending junior college, where I discovered that ‘painting’ was much more than the formal and commercial concepts I had been taught. It was during this time, I believe, that I became interested in experimental art forms.

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