Rebecca P.
November 8, 2015

I first met Ronit Galazan about 2 years ago at the Highland Park Art Center where her powerful work was on exhibition. As she described her paintings to me, I immediately connected with her deeply empathic style which spoke to me about girl and women empowerment and finding comfort in that we are not alone in the often painful transformative process of fully expressing our authentic selves.

As soon as I laid eyes on ‘Be Who You Are’, I felt chills, she was me. The woman in the portrait is a strong, soft, bold, sensual, fearless, edgy, alpha female. I couldn’t stop thinking about the painting, and a year later I contacted Ronit and purchased it. Over the course of the last year of my life, ‘Be Who You Are’ has at times inspired me, intimidated me, given me strength, and comforted me — that’s how powerful this painting is.

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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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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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