18.10.19

Artwork

Department of Fine Art

Blanche & Romie Shapiro

Fine Art 2019, Graduate Exhibitions
Israel Moshe Sigel, Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis
, 2019, Fourth Year, Fine Arts

The works that are presented here, are a fusion of two different tracks of thought.
The first track stems from logic and lucid thinking. There is a desire for order and organization. Advance planning and meticulousness.
It is influenced by geometric shapes and primary colors.
The second track stems from internal intuition and from the subconscious. Order and organization are destructive to it. It searches for freedom and expressiveness.
In the process that Moshe is currently in, the two tracks are expressed.
Until this exhibition, the routes were separate. Each of Moshe's paintings represented only one of the tracks.
In this exhibition there is a desire to unify the two tracks into one form, which creates a new and authentic path.
Moshe paints with oil and acrylic on canvas.

 

Israel Moshe Sigel
Fourth Year
Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis
2019