Toscana in an Israeli accent (Haaretz, Design Magazine, August 2007)
Vibrant stained glass sculptures and vases in an ancient style. Art used in Khmer. Mosaic paintings. Paper pulp and artworks – against a background of colorful wild areas that turn yellow and grapes that look as if they were painted in color. Artists present Israeli works in a Tuscan fragrance in the southern coastal region 50 minutes from Tel Aviv.
Ronen Kimmel from Moshav Nir Israel.
Art: stained glass windows for glass windows in private homes in synagogues and public institutions. After
starting his career as an advertising consultant, Kimmel joined the stained glass studio in Tel Aviv, where he played with the material, studied the techniques, and in just one month he created stained glass that aroused great enthusiasm.
From the moment he decided that he was fascinated by the colors, the materials, the shapes and the styles, Kimmel decided to return to the pastoral place where he grew up – Moshav Nir Israel, to set up a stained glass studio and devote himself to the magical beauty hidden in this art.
Inspiration: “Inspiration is the essence of everything and it stems from me and from who I am.”
Style: The style of the works includes abstract elements alongside elements of nature, such as animals, flowers, trees, landscape pictures, symmetrical and symbolic shapes.
The uniqueness of the style combined with harmonious colors in accordance with Feng Shui Theory, with each color adding shades that give the viewer a pleasant and harmonious feeling.
For details: 054-4807492, RONENKIMEL@BEZEQINT.NET