The art of the leash

Drawing a rare blend of strengths in art and neuropsychology, Lilac Abramsky-Arazi creates vibrant paintings likened to ‘prints of the soul.’

November 24, 2016 12:22
Israel art

Lilac Abramsky-Arazi. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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An artist is always delighted when their work moves the spectator or listener. For Lilac Abramsky-Arazi, movement is an integral and proactive part of her creative process which she hopes will stir the onlooker to engage in some kind of motion-orientated activity – physical, emotional or cerebral.

Abramsky-Arazi’s new exhibition, Restraining the Leopard, opened yesterday at the Bat Yam Art Institute and will run until December 22. The show incorporates a baker’s dozen of abstract acrylic paintings which run to various sizes and span a wide spectrum of hues and dynamics.


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