Oil on stretched canvas
Dimensions: 1000cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 2.8cm (D) / 393.7" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 1.1" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The painting is dedicated to the harvest festival on the holiday of Sukkot.
Based in: Ashkelon
Hodaya Levin is an artist based in Israel whose paintings have been exhibited internationally. Her abstract works explore existential questions relating to the meaning of life, our role in the universe, as well as death, and the concepts of good and evil. Levin employs archetypes and other cultural codes to aid her in the deciphering of the abstract messages of the soul. For her, art is an instrument of goodness which can change the world for the better.
“I see Art as one of the main tools for self-knowledge and comprehension of the Universe. My art reflects the life-long project for solving the mystery of Being. Through personal experience and history of art I learning and developing new possibilities of contemporary mediums in the prism of spiritual growth. This is the mechanism of the Universe, where human is an integral part of reality and its partner as a co-creator”.
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