Art is one of the greatest tools humans have for self-expression.
I usually paint oil on canvas, ink on plywood, and I also experiment with graffiti. Also, I usually work in relatively large formats - more than a meter.
I tend to work with a small palette of melancholy colors like blue and gray, with touches of warm colors.
In my work, the main topic I talk about is human emotions.
Elements that come back to me at work:
The warm colors are used to emphasize the balance to which we aspire and must enter our lives, and the heart as the human medium and its importance to us as human beings.
I believe that openness in our hearts will make us experience the infinite power of nature. Our lives become more beautiful as we put our hearts into them.
We must find the true will of our hearts.
Another issue in my work is children.
It all begins in childhood - our true product of nature before consciousness and emotions fill most of our lives, and we usually reach a stage of adolescent self-awareness, and we realize that we are just the collection of patterns that have shaped us.
We have the ability to understand this, and to understand that human power is our choice.
Emotions have the power to change.
They can drag you into the depths of the abyss or take you to the highest peak of consciousness.
We need to study them, experiment with them, understand them on the machine called "I".
As an artist, every media I use is an expression of my subjective experience, childhood, behavior patterns, the way I see the world through my experience of emotions, and art is the form of projection into the viewer as an experience and sharing.
In my work I want to inspire the viewer feelings, emotions, imagination, and a kind of time travel within himself.
sahar studied at the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv, and "at the station" for figurative painting.
sahar, is an artist who is developing with his works through a plethora of mediums:
* 3D design
Presents and participates in exhibitions and galleries in Israel and around the world.
Works with commercial, private, and cultural entities.
sahar lives and works in Tel Aviv Israel