Bet Shemesh, Israel
David Baruch Wolk
Digital Art - Digital Art
My initial impetus to become an artist emanated from the cognition that the creation of art-pieces held the potential for expressing very deep and primary truths about a person in particular and man in general; that, paradoxically, although art embraces the very most superficial aspects of our reality, the external appearance of the world, nevertheless, it holds seemingly unlimited potential for expressing seemingly endless depths of truth. I grew to learn that the ability to exploit this potential was tied up with the artist's desire and willingness to exploit the pure components of his trade alone, namely: line, tone and color, and to wean himself of his desire to relate to the world through his pictures in conventional and superficial ways. Thus the artist must involve himself of developing his own personal language in form an color to express the extent to which he is able to reach into the truths of his being, which are only in the depths and only found with much labor.
March 3rd, 2013
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