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YOUNG PEOPLE LOVE VISCERAL ART

By Yoram Gal

Young people love my art and buy it. They get what I’m doing. It’s visceral, not intellectual. They don’t verbalize it. They just tell me they love my paintings. There…

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The Dance of the Blues by Yoram Gal

MUSIC SOOTHED SOULS – THE BLUES SPILL ONTO CANVAS

By Yoram Gal

Music soothed our souls as teenagers. The fears, the melancholy, the hormones, the mad crave for love and sex, the exams at school, the social tensions, pains and pains of…

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The Dance of Wisdom by Yoram Gal

ART COLLECTORS TEMPTED BY THE DANCE OF WISDOM

By Yoram Gal

I don’t know if everyone is like that, but all my life I’ve looked up to and tried to learn from, and tried to emulate giants that I admired, loved,…

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Olive Tree by Yoram Gal

THE POETRY OF THE OLIVE TREE

By Yoram Gal

Dror Galili is an acclaimed Galilee nature photographer. He is an old personal friend of Tzlila’s family, in the Galilee. I have painted, through getting his permission, from several of…

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TZLILA DREAMED OF AN OLD JAFFA GEM

By Yoram Gal

From day 1 in January 1984 my studio was a “sterile” area. Locked gate, 10 steps below. Phone off the hook or silenced, most of the time. Music, or silence.…

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HAPPINESS IS FREEDOM

By Yoram Gal

In “WAITING FOR GODOT” by Samuel Beckett, Pozzo and Luckey are the master and slave, connected forever by the rope which Pozzo holds and pulls… it is noosed around Luckey’s…

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