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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • July 01, 2015

Artist's statement: about my online art gallery

Abstract art raises many questions. How can something that represents nothing in particular be so eye-catching to look at? If you have once said, "That is easy to paint...who would pay that significant amount of money for something that doesn't even relate to anything?" then chances are you do not appreciate what abstract art really is. When looking at abstract art, you are seeing the most freely formed type of artwork an artist can create.

You would think that when looking at art that is non-representational, it would be less interesting to view as you do not know what the artist is truly trying to depict in his or her artwork. This is where the beauty of abstract art comes about. This type of art is meant to grab your attention and pull an emotional response right from within you. Once you see that part of the painting...the part that keeps you drawn in, keep your mind thinking, it is then when you know you are analyzing something special...something called abstract art.

If you have some time to spare and would like to learn about the meaning and philosophy behind my creations, you are welcome to keep reading...

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • February 05, 2023

How I started with seascape paintings

For many centuries, paintings of sailboats, oceans and seagulls were the subject of interest for many art lovers. These objects are somewhat connected to feelings of freedom and peacefulness, to a sense of disconnect from urban life on one side, and to a closer connection with nature on the other side. No matter what the reason is, looking at sailboats' paintings brings a sense of serenity, quietness and calmness.

My love for sailboats started in Toronto when I first visited the marina in Lake Ontario. The colorful harbor there is nothing less than beautiful, from the early hours of the sunrise to the late evenings of the sunset.

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • January 24, 2023

Art: Why It’s Personal!

A large field of grass. On the distant horizon line a small shabby house is set against a forest. On the porch of the house a lonely young girl in a drab skirt sits on a wooden box. In the foreground, far from the house, almost unnoticed except for its color lies a tiny silver bell in the grass tied to a broken string. There is nothing else in the frame of the picture. You feel her sadness. You know something has been lost. Maybe you've lost something or someone in your life. It's why this painting or photograph or drawing means so much to you. It's hung in a certain private place in your home. Somewhere not everyone will see you stop to gaze at it. One day you might put it where more people can see it.

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  • Osnat Tzadok
  • June 26, 2019

4 Reasons to Choose Your Wall Art Wisely for Interior Design

Ask anybody about interior design, and the first thought always drifts to the color palette that will have to go on the floors, the walls, ceilings, and the rest of the room's furniture. Traditionally, the decorations and the room accents are put off as an afterthought.

This, in particular, happens to wall art. You deal with it last, don't you? Long after the last coat of paint dries and after the furniture's been set up and arranged.

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