Quarantine Series: Day 8 - 3/22/2020 Collage by RONIM Art

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Quarantine Series: Day 8 - 3/22/2020


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Size: 9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

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“Day 8 - 3/22/2020” it’s Sunday in NYC. A day many New Yorkers call Sunday Funday for its a day of relaxation, late brunches and bottomless fruity alcoholic beverages. Sunday Funday is one of my favorite days of the week. Yet today felt a bit different. It’s one thing to chill and relax because you want to. To stay home and rest… wake up late… because you want to. It is quite another when you are TOLD to. Today was the first Sunday in the NYC lockdown due to coronavirus. The relaxation seemed enforced. The chill burdening. And the late rising, a necessity to keep a semblance of sanity. Because if you wake too early, it’s just that much longer for the day to end. It’s not all doom, gloom and boredom. I went for a much longer stroll today. I had to do an emergency run to Zabar’s. Long story short, I got the yeast free, cracker-like bread I needed and more. Can we say chocolate rugalach and babka? Being at Zabar’s reminded me of home. So when I made my way back to my humble abode, I knew exactly what I was going to create for my art quarantine challenge… the people who remind me of my original home. RONIM Art Studio, Harlem, NYC.

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Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

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"I have a thing for eyes. I stare at them, sketch them, paint them, photograph them. Eyes tell a story and no matter how trained a person is to keep their composure, the eyes just give it all away. Those eye movements sink into the micro-ticks of the face and before you know it you can see a person's vulnerabilities. That vulnerability...the eyes...that is what I showcase with my work. I try to show the world the inner person that often we keep hidden. I typically start with a photography I have taken of my subject and then build from there. I use many iterations of different parts of their body to construct an image. Then I begin all the layers. These layers vary from paper, glass, yarn to paint. In the end, it becomes a fleshed out image of how I see my subjects, the real side they keep hidden."

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