Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 80cm (H) x 120cm (W) x 3cm (D) / 31.5" (H) x 47.2" (W) x 1.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This is a diptych painting, set of 2, the price is for the 2 paintings together, each painting is 60x80 cm
I am an intuitive abstract artist, and the process of abstract painting is always an adventurous journey for me. Sometimes I have a general preliminary idea of what I will create but the majority of the time I don't, and this is actually when I get the best results. In these cases, I choose some colors and start with random brush strokes, and through that initial start, I feel what will be the direction of the painting, what shapes I will create, and what other colors I will add. Throughout the process, I work with brushes, spatula, and sponges to create different shapes. I mainly use acrylic paints, and occasionally I use oil. The shapes are chaotic at first, but, throughout the process and layer by layer, the shapes get connected to one another and the story starts to unveil itself
Based in: Israel
Miri was born in Argentina in 1964 and moved to Israel when she was 15 years old. She is married with 2 children and resides in Rehovot, Israel.
Painting is her most profound passion. Miri is inspired by the colors and shapes of nature all around, the sky, the clouds, the trees, the sea, and the mountains; she is also inspired by the human body and facial gestures. Miri considers the process of making an abstract painting an adventurous journey. It starts with a few random strokes and slowly develops, layer by layer until she feels she has conveyed the story to the canvas. When creating figurative paintings, Miri likes to combine the figure with abstract elements to add a dynamic dimension to an otherwise realistic scene. She paints with acrylic using brushes, spatula, and sponges, and occasionally with oil, incorporating cold vax medium to the oil paint.
She earned a BA degree in biophysical chemistry and worked for Intel for 27 years. In parallel to her high-tech work, Miri kept on developing her painting skills, attending drawing classes and painting workshops in her free time. In 2015, she decided to leave Intel to fully concentrate on her painting career. Her artworks are displayed for sale in several Israeli galleries and international online platforms. Miri has participated in several group exhibitions and hosted a solo exhibition
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