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About the Artist:
In my art, whether it is in the subject matter or the technique, I always ask: �What is behind all that?� It can be a message or a feeling. I create art that reveals and hides, exposes and conceals. I like the
viewer to wonder and imagine.  When I begin a painting, I never know what the end results will be. I start by laying in the larger shapes which dene the structure and set the movement of the piece. I further enhance the design to establish a strong composition. I add texture and color to generate tension within the elements, and I use the layers to add depth and a three-dimensional illusion. As a mixed media artist, I work with ordinary, everyday materials, such as paper, cardboard, sand, and spackle. One of my favorite technique is pouring water mixed with glue and pure pigments over the texture I have created, that grounds the piece. The water nds its natural ow and accentuates and reveals the surface nish.  The biggest challenge I face comes at the end of creating a piece. I stop when the painting is pleasing to my eye, and I see balance in the composition and colors. The real interpretation of the paintings is not what I see, I cherish what the individual viewer sees.

The Space Between Us (4 By N Series)

  • I started with a grid and I weaved my way in and out of it. I played with bold shapes in different colors while trying to keep the harmony and balance. The edges, I realized, are a physical reection of my emotions during the days of the lockdown, the streets were empty and the stress level was high. However I needed to escape to a happy place with colorful designs. In the paintings, tension and happiness coexist. This art piece is a Mixed media using paper, spackle, acrylic paint, and graphite pencil. Own a Rachel Tirosh piece of art. Available for Purchase: The Original 20 x 20 as well as an Archived Reproduction. Purchasing a Contemporary Art Gallery Online reproduction is an easy way to revitalize a dull room, create an area of discussion, show your personality, and more. Art is appropriate and more importantly encouraged, for every room in your house� including the bathroom! Create wall collections from floor to ceiling, ascending the staircase, or choose oversize pieces to consume a wall. No longer are there right and wrongs, to hanging art. The trend today is to show your personality and you through the art you have chosen. Blank walls are out! Art always makes a difference. Great art turns a house into a magnificent home, showcasing the amazing you! Let us help you create your dream room and more importantly your dream home. Let us help you find that art that truly speaks to you!

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