Painting with light... and love

Light painting- where photography, painting and feelings come together.

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June 8, 2017 12:22
Israeli art

Art by Keren Eicher (left) and Reut Vagner. (photo credit: CARL HOFFMAN)

 
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How do you feel when you wake up in the morning? What emotions do you experience as you begin to contemplate the day ahead? Reut Vagner and Keren Eicher greet each new day excited about the opportunities and possibilities that await them. Stated simply, they love what they do and can’t wait to start doing it.

Vagner and Eicher are two young women artists creating a type of art never before seen in Israel. Called light painting, it involves creating photographs that capture the movement of light. Inspired, they say, by the beauty of light in all of its forms, they create their pictures by hand, using various simple tools and objects to give their light different colors and textures, with the resulting images captured in a single frame.

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