Sakura pigma micron pens and copic sketch markers on strathmore cotton plate bristol paper
Dimensions: 35.6cm (H) x 27.9cm (W) / 14" (H) x 11" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The Zeigarnik Effect is a term in Psychology referring to the fact that people tend to better remember unfinished tasks, than finished ones. To celebrate this human tendency I’ve removed a quarter of the original pattern and left it unfinished, which in turn, created a whole new beautiful pattern.
This drawing is the first of a developing series which is currently in progress.
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Hometown: Rishon Le Zion, Israel
Based in: Cedar Park, Texas
Dalia Goldberg is a self-taught pen and ink artist based in the Austin area, Texas, USA. She makes hard-edge abstraction drawings combining fine-line pen techniques and geometric shapes.
“I’m fascinated with the building blocks of our perception and how we process those to understand our environment, mentally and emotionally. I explore how these impressions connect and interact with each other in shaping our view. In my work I introduce different geometrical elements to emphasize that a configuration of sensory, mental and emotional influences colors our perspective in a certain way.”
Originally from Israel, she moved to the US in 2017. The move brought on new adventures and adjustment challenges that influenced her work.
“As a former psychology student I couldn’t help but linger and analyze the cultural differences I now saw so clearly. The dynamics of these new experiences and ideas have manifested in my art and blossomed into a distinctive voice and style, using lines, patterns and bold black geometric elements.”
Each drawing begins with the intent of expressing a specific concept and the layout is always premeditated based on sketches. Dalia creates a grid that outlines the image. This process mirrors the conceptual notion that life is built of a series of events that molds the way we view different experiences.
“I draw inspiration from my day to day life experiences as well as psychological phenomenas and theories. Artistically my work is influenced and inspired by Kazimir Malevich, El Lissitzky and the Suprematism movement. In addition I have to note my admiration of Agnes Martin for her iconic work with the grid, and Maurits Cornelis Escher for his impossible constructs and remarkable work in the field of optical art.”
Exhibitions: Tiny Treasures, November 27th, 2020 - January 17th, 2021, Downtowner Gallery, Round rock, Texas.
Publications: FROM, Outsider Art Magazine, Issue 5.
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