One category of OPHEAR's art work is the modern day pointillism and divisionism, reminiscent of Henri Matisse, in which he creates impressions of objects such as human or animal eyes and faces. The mind's ability to connect, blend and bend the disparate dots and acrylic colors into varied compositions adds another dimension to his paintings.
OPHEAR is an American artist that lives and works in Israel. He channels his ideas through daring art that pushes the boundaries of visual creativity. OPHEAR has a passion and joy for creating a wide variety of images in varied formats, frequently inspired by surrealist, impressionist, pointillist, and even Hindu/Buddhist and tribal art. He uses a mix of digitally created art and photography with creative 3D manipulations and elements to evoke varied responses in the viewer.
One category of OPHEAR's art work is the modern day digital pointillism, reminiscent of Seurat, in which he creates impressions of objects such as human or animal eyes and faces. The mind's ability to connect, blend and bend the disparate dots and colors into varied compositions adds another dimension to the art.
Working on large sheets of magnesium, the pigment is printed on sheet of metal before being placed into an industrial oven. This technique of "pigment infused metal" gives an illusion of depth and vibrancy to each image.
"The Unfiltered Series", projects an unavoidable part of human behavior that is at the core of its very own existence. The unfiltered human experience can sometimes suggest a darker side which is more common than not, rooted within the primitive brain and the instinctual self. The body of work is also a refreshing depiction of openness, purity and authenticity. It is depicted in dots that soften the context thus lessening the viewer's instinctive tendency to recoil.
It projects sensuality, female empowerment, evolving sexual preferences and contemporary behavioral observations in a rich display of dynamic human interplay and beauty.