Waiting for the Tenth II by Ronit Galazan

The Jewish people are 5000 years old, but does the art have to look that old? I hope not. There will always be themes that carry over, and that’s fine. But how can you bring new images to old ideas? This is one of the concepts I’ve been exploring when creating artwork with a Jewish vibe.

My inspiration come from contemporary art, like using graffiti, spray paint and collage as well as colorful pieces that depict what I see as the truth about religion – some people are believers, some are not and some just go through the motions while still deciding what they really believe. In many of my works, you’ll see images of all three. Here are a few samples.

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I am a Chicago based artist working in acrylics, spray paint and mixed media. My work genres are generally word art, inspirational, powerful women themes, and Judaica.

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