Large-scale canvases that are larger than life, theatrical, describing what is closely, or too closely, observed. These paintings occur for the eye, rising in front of the eye and flirting with it .Each painting is like a scene from a play, a riddle, or rather the remainder of a riddle, a puzzle in a deaf mute language, a primal language that needs no words.
“Massachusetts” 2016, Hayarkon 19 Gallery. Curated by Boaz Arad