Κυριακή, 17 Απριλίου 2011

17/4/2011


If you wait one second more than you know you should, you'll be mad at yourself later on. Don't take that chance. You know what to do -- it's in your gut, and written all over your face. Do it. You'll be so very glad you did. Promise.
Cancel your appointments and tell your friends not to worry. No one will see you for a while -- no one except that one particular person you've been craving, that is.
Family responsibilities have suddenly taken over your life and left you with no choice but to take steps. Not to worry. You were ready for a change anyway.

New York.- Opening on May 6th, "Yigal Ozeri: Garden of the Gods" highlights new work from this acclaimed hyperrealist painter. For his seventh show at Mike Weiss Gallery, Photorealist painter Yigal Ozeri contrasts intense colors and detailed textures, like pale white skin and lace with red jutting cliffs and blue skies, to explore the human experience and offer a contemporary take on sensual femininity. Through his hyperrealistic oil portraits of distinctive young women in lush environments, Yigal Ozeri brings an ethereal sensibility to his tableaus. With tinges of Pre-Raphaelite aesthetics, Ozeri's works engage with contemporary theories of femininity and sensuality while offering a revitalized connectivity to nature. "Yigal Ozeri: Garden of the Gods" runs until June 11th 2011.

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