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Odem2020 Print

Zohar Cohen


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this painting, There is a perfect match between the ingredients! About the painting: After spending a few days in the landscape with the canvas and the colors, I am drawn to the studio and continue to paint and erase and discover the initial painting. Golan hils and Odem Forest, basaltic hills and there is a sense of metal in the air, the greens and the blue always look different to me there. The unique style of painting is a personal language that I have created over the years influenced by my encounter with place and time. Drawing in small lines, brushing her hair, soft oil artist colors ,colors that give me a soft color range, overlooking the seal, on smooth cloth. I return circularly with papers and cloth to Odem Forest . After long periods of time and intensive drawing on the canvas, I turn to the color work in the studio. its a painting of time its long proses. you will engoy see it on th wall//

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:12 W x 8 H x 0.1 D in


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Zohar Cohen I create mainly on large format, using oil technique and unique personal style that I developed. The images are on the borderline between local scenery paintings and abstract painting. In interior scenes I also create a disassembly of the surrounding reality and reassemble it using a wave of short brush strokes, dense, precise, painted in the form of stripes that are placed next to each other until the entire surface of the painting is covered. Usually, the work process begins with observing the reality that surrounds me, going out to see the views in order to prepare the intense studio work at a later stage. I return in cyclic manner to the same places: Rachaf Stream in the desert, Odem Forest in the Golan Heights, or my friend’s kitchen. It is a sort of tactical strategy I developed: the scenery ultimately becomes the starting point for creative, emotional and direct action in which brush strokes and paint comprise the key elements of the artwork. I return to those places that allow me to be released of the visual layer and limited reality of the landscape, in favor of a spiritual discourse with space and nature. At first, I put the canvas on the ground and make a linear sketch on it without tonality. I use pencil or paint lines that stretch throughout the canvas and create encounters, forms and rhythms. Every line and dot I create cancels the need to discuss the view I erase and conceal. Since I do not have the right to reproduce the view, I ignore the various scenic stipulations. I cancel the relation to light and shadow and attachment to image. These means enable me to reach an artistic method that creates existential identification for me. I live with the sense that I must paint and make my disposable artwork. The final product is an abstract painting based on the image of interiors of Israeli scenery. The painting is focused on molecular units like observing things through a microscope that generates a uniform, sensual and abstract weave. This weave is enriched with harmonic colorfulness that is almost scientifically calculated: dots, lines, bands and painted stripes, all woven into the painting canvass, ultimately create a uniform work of art linked to reality by multiple sinews. --------- "In Cohen's paintings, one may observe the inherent struggle between Being and Nonbeing, in relation to the perception of The Truth of the philosopher, Martin Heidegger.

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