“I believe we have many soulmates, and painting is one of mine”.
Spend five minutes with Tali and you are seduced and inspired by her sincerity, beauty, and soulful warmth. View her artwork and you will know instantly why this exotic Israeli is one of the most respected and sought after young artists.
Her positive outlook on life was birthed by the social constraints and her humble beginnings in Tel Aviv. Here is where she started painting at the age of ten. The first time she picked up a paint brush, she knew her talent was ingrained in her since birth.
She studied art and history in Tel Aviv, then moved to New York City for a few years. Tali then moved to Los Angeles where she studied privately for four years under a professor, at the Bezalel Academy of Art.
As an established artist who has been painting for more than 20 years and has sold more than 1,000 original pieces, her work combines pop-art, emotions, abstract and facets of a unique personality. Her paintings allow you to experience multiple emotions all at once, and leaving you wanting to see more. She uses oils, inks, encaustic wax, acrylic, and resin on canvas. They are colorful, vibrant, and meticulously detailed. Her passion and soulful artistic expression actualizes her innermost spiritual thoughts and beliefs and that comes out and is reflected in every single painting. Some of her paintings have circles, which she uses to reflect the energy of the body. The pia ratio, 1.1618 (the number of God), has repeated appearance throughout nature.
Her paintings are especially unique because of how perfectly designed, edgy, and fashionable it is. Like the perfect pair of diamond earrings to complete an outfit, her pieces turn the normal, everyday living space into the most knowledgeable art enthusiasts dream. Her showroom is like a runway, and her pieces are the couture worn by the models. It conveys not only glamour and luxury, but strong emotion and superior originality.
“I believe in giving back to the universe any way that I can”.
Over the years, Tali have given back to the community by donating her paintings to a variety of charitable causes. She has donated her artwork to charities that help benefit Israeli soldiers, the Sabrina Foundation for disabled people, the Agape Center family resource program for community action and to help benefit Project Sunshine – Miami to name just a few. She also donates her time and energy in teaching young children how to paint and helping their inner creativity.
“I have a love affair with painting, it is my oxygen. It is as much a part of me as is my hand, my eyes or any other part of my physical body. Life is full of colors and my paintings reflect my passion for life, the human spirit and the good that exists within each and every one of us”.
Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions