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In the philosophy of Zen, all reality is phantom, and all phantoms are real. It means “the form is nonexistence, and nonexistence is the form".


As Paul Klee said, “Art does not reproduce the visible; rather it makes visible”. I think painting is like a window into imagination; so in my paintings I create patterns with meticulous lines, with compositions of color and forms to create a vision with both a realistic and an abstract feeling. Viewing my work is meditative and calming, yet full of light and aesthetic language. From several angles of observation, my paintings create a three dimensional effect, with the rhythm of the work changing as your view moves along the surface of the painting.


I travelled to Israel when I was a teenager, and I fell in love with Israel. During the Yom Kippur war, I left to study art in England before returning to Israel for several more years. In 1993 I returned to Hong Kong, and started to develop my art in my free time, presenting works in galleries, while also working on commissions of large scale sculptures, paintings and installation projects for hotels and commercial centres in Hong Kong and China. In order to revive my broken dream, I eventually returned to Israel and started a studio in the quiet North. After lengthy experimentation, with the training of western art techniques and my practice of Chinese calligraphy; I entered a new artistic chapter with my paintings.


My inspiration comes from nature and landscapes, specifically the desert. I often draw from the instinct of sensitivity towards things around me; image, music, the past, memories, feeling, imagination, and an inner motivation. As long as I am breathing, inspiration comes.

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