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Wednesday March 31 2021 at 7:30 PM

× Moshe Sakal

Sea and Sun

Acrylic on canvas

12x24"

2015

Price: $180.00



Bio
Moshe Sakal is a Photoman and Painter Dude in Toronto, and is currently a member of Workman Arts.

He uses acrylics in his paintings, a blend of crayons with brush pens in his drawings, and his iPhone or Canon for his photos. As an artist he enjoys creating pieces that reflect the beauty and mystery of life and the world around us.

His paintings appeared in juried exhibitions for the first time in 2014 at the Emerging Artist Exhibition at Gallery 1313, the “Architecture of Mad” Mad Pride Art Exhibit, and the Annual BEING SCENE Exhibition hosted by Workman Arts. His drawings were also selected for a Workman Arts installation during Nuit Rose as part of the WorldPride 2014 festival. Most recently his paintings were featured at the Toronto Public Library. He also had three exhibitions of paintings and photographs at the Full of Beans Coffee House and Roastery since 2016.

Statement
The acrylic paintings I create are mostly abstract and in part reflect my love of movement and energy.

Often the paintings evolve in the process and sometimes images of figures, faces, or animals take form. These images are very subjective and people have different ways of interpreting each art work. The colours I use are sometimes intentional and used to convey emotion. Other times, I create paintings based on what intuitively feels right.

For my photography I focus on capturing moments in time that I come across while travelling in Toronto or abroad. The moments vary from architecture, people, and nature. Photography is also one way that allows me to meet new people and connect with the world around me.


If you require Delivery and/or Installation, please include it in your cart or contact Workman Arts

Venue

Being Scene
651 Dufferin St
Toronto ON M6K 2B2