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"Towers in Black & White"
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"Towers in Black & White" Sculpture

Moshé Elimelech

United States

Sculpture, Interactive on Aluminium

Size: 8.5 W x 58 H x 3.5 D in

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About The Artwork

"Tower in Black and White" is one in a series of five, only three are still available for sell at this time. This cubic construction presents moveable cubes set within a shadow box. With the six faces of each cube painted a different design, the sculpture carries visual secrets only revealed over time. Medium: Brushed aluminum, acrylic, mixed media. Year Created: 2006

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Multi-paneled Sculpture:Interactive on Aluminium

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:8.5 W x 58 H x 3.5 D in

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Moshé Elimelech was exposed to the artistic process by observing his father's technique as a master craftsman. He began his course of study at the Avni Art Institute in Israel and then went on to study at The Polytechnic Institute of Design in Tel Aviv. After two and a half years in the army working as an Art Director for the Israeli army publication house, Maarachot, Elimelech went on to Paris where he assisted the internationally known artist Yaakov Agam. Elimelech has dedicated himself to the investigation of formal elements making use of a strong foundation in design. He has explored a variety of mediums including drawing, gouache, oil, and watercolor. Ultimately, he began making a robust statement in acrylic painting, utilizing a sculptural substrata which involves a playful, interactive engagement with his audience. Elimelech was selected as a contributing artist for the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 and is a recipient of the Windsor Newton award by the Watercolor West Society. In addition to his current studio practice as a fine artist, Elimelech's design work has been featured internationally, in galleries and museums, such as the Palm Springs Desert Museum; Las Vegas Art Museum; Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery; Korean Cultural Center; Galley 825; Gallery C; and at the MOCA exhibit "Fresh"; as well as in the museum stores of MoMA in New York; MOCA in Los Angeles; and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. He resides with his wife, fashion designer Shelli Segal, and family in Burbank, California.

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