Artists Describing Their Art:
- Painting is a journey on the borderline of light and shade, between transparent and inner thoughts, grand and giddy, logic and unreasoned. Painting is a hankering for expression of something via wordless means. Long ago Plato insisted that true artist has to keep silence. The feature of painting is in its dual condition ambition to express something and determination to keep silence. ThataEURtms why painting starts to perform its communicative function when abilities of language are exhausted. ItaEURtms like a tight spring ready to break through the silence to call for perception of inexpressible. Suddenness that happens when work appears to our vision makes painting the most secret form of the art. The facility of work perception admits no any efforts of an audience. Painting consists of essential contrarieties between obvious- image and lurking aEUR" the mean of image. We shall expect no spontaneous understanding of imageaEURtms idea. The charm of painting is in its ability to be impenetrable and everlasting hieroglyph. Painting is expression of inexpressible, when deep-hidden things break through fade reality making simple things become great ones. In BorgeseaEURtms story aEURoethe garden of forking paths aEURoe there is a phrase aEURoewhich word is never ...
- To me this transient existence between two worlds seems to evokes a deep almost spiritual yearning for ideals and wholeness. I believe we all live through this in our own way, and each strive for different ideals of perfection which can never be reached. Religion, beauty, love, sex, success, popularity, material possessions etc. all provide a set of ideals for us to strive towards in an attempt to feel complete. We are swept along in the ever-changing moment on a journey which ultimately leads to death. We are discontinuous beings yearning for continuity aEUR" looking for certainty within the fluid ever aEUR" changing experience of life. ...
- Harry Weisburd is an Internationally Represented Artist, including, USA, Expressions Gallery, Berkeley, California,