Thursday, July 23, 2009

On The Map - Ella Amitay Sadovsky

Ella Amitay Sadovsky, is an Israeli Artist. Her works are of those rare "narrative like" imageries, which moves one heart and mind. Sadovsky uses patterned fabrics as her base for her paintings, and then recreate by the painting process other areas of patterns, imitating the "real" pattern or creating her own. the feeling in some of her big scaled painting (such as the first image presented here) are of a place that was excavated, or should i say, a memory of a scenery that has been revealed.

Ella Amitay Sadovsky_The Waterfall_the Illuminating Lamp

Ella Amitay Sadovsky, The waterfall, The Illuminating Lamp and The Shirt, 2009, oil and acrylic on upholstery fabric, 175x215 cm. Goradon Gallery, Tel Aviv

As if by pulling out layers of forgotten or hidden zones for rediscover and recreate one's memory. Only rare artists can create a story that is being left for the viewer or the reader of the listener to explore, and to be taken by it, emotionally and mentally. The art of Ella Sadovsky have got this gift for us. Ella Amitay Sadovsky is represented by Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv.

Ella Amitay Sadovsky, Untitled, 2009, oil on canvas, 90x100 cm each


Fazzino Pop Artist said...

I find these works absolutely beautiful and I look forward to seeing more from this artist in the near future. My own endeavors are a fine contrast to this kind of style and, hopefully, can evoke similar awe and wonder:

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