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Crazy faces portraits

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Artwork: Mirit Ben-Nun

  • Joined Nov 2020
  • Published Books 9
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com

Mirit Ben-Nun believes and feels that art is a vital and necessary function for human existence, it is what enriches the human race.

For Mirit it is her everyday language and her wish is that it reaches the one who observes her works of art and allows her to communicate her most positive aspects of creativity, worshiping the highest values of which humanity prides itself.

The artist is impregnated with the concept that there is no art without man, but perhaps neither is man without art. It is a kind of soul breathing.

Dora Woda

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Mirit Ben-Nun
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com

Mirit Ben-Nun’s art exists within and beyond reality. She moves away from reality with aggressive and dense colorfulness which reveals an inner testimony of a threatened existence of women. The lines, points and shapes do not reproduce facts but emphasize the special charge of emotional coping.

Mirit Ben-Nun shows a rebellious spirit and tries to reach out to things not through wholeness but via searching for their expression and manifestation.

She explores personal identity and through it tries to define a complementary art, thereby illustrating the world and the nature of human culture. She focuses on the expressive dimension because of the exposure afforded by the uncontrollable moment that so much affects life in a rapidly changing global world.
The discourse between the inner world and the emerging reality is hyperactive and generates in Ben – Nun an endless sequence of works.

From the depths of feelings, dreams, anxieties and expressions arise rigid and exciting meanings of existence whose essence expresses restlessness and lack of adaptation.

 

Dora Woda

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Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Mirit Ben-Nun
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com

There is no doubt that Mirit Ben Nun s art derives, like a refreshing meteor in our skies, from that very source into our over- saturated art of photographic images and messages. As a self-taught artist, she grew outside of the lubricated system of art academies and does not suffer from the search for meaning. Her paintings burst out from within her as a primordial need to provoke the canvas, to attack it with an unstoppable obsession that leaves no corner hiding. The need to self- express does not stop but wants to continue and flow with her spiritual storm – perhaps to silence the demons within.

David Gerstein

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Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com

Mirit Ben-Nun’s art usually exists independently of reality, she even dares to move it away. Her aggressiveness in the use of primary colors along with bright tones, reveal Her autonomy in relation to shapes. The lines, the points and the forms do not try to imitate reality but rather give each work a unique importance showing the emotional charge of the artist.The artist has a spirit of rebellion, new ideas, trying to overcome without seeking perfection, just looking for expression. Through her work she explores personal identity trying to redefine the art itself. Its purpose is to describe and illustrate or to reproduce the world and the nature of human civilization, focusing primarily on the dominant exposure of the expressive function.His art is made by an artist that reflects the complex problems that shape our diverse, global and rapidly changing world, trying to redefine art.

Dora Woda

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Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com
Crazy faces portraits by Deborah Shallman - Illustrated by Mirit Ben-Nun - Ourboox.com

Mirit Ben-Nun believes and feels that art is a vital and necessary function for human existence, it is what enriches the human race.

For Mirit it is her everyday language and her wish is that it reaches the one who observes her works of art and allows her to communicate her most positive aspects of creativity, worshiping the highest values of which humanity prides itself.

The artist is impregnated with the concept that there is no art without man, but perhaps neither is man without art. It is a kind of soul breathing.

Dora Woda

27
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