Media Arts, Visual Arts
Artist StatementCreating ‘visual language’ through art reflects my fascination with the primal, symbiotic relationship between humanity and the natural world. In my paintings, I juxtapose organic elements and natural patterns with more abstract and imaginative landscapes – using color and design, layers of rich texture, collages of digital manipulated photographs, textual material, and found objects to reflect the infinite beauty of a sentient natural world. My painting is at once abstract and figurative, balancing ambiguity with the familiar, in a style that allows elemental forms to evoke a transcendent reality.
A native of Israel, Shaul Tsemach is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem, where he was a recipient of the Sharett Scholarship — AICF (American-Israel Cultural Foundation). Over more than 20 years, he mastered his visual language as a graphic designer, art director and illustrator. His versatile experience enhanced and inspired his skills as a conceptual thinker and a dedicated problem solver.
Shaul’s work has received awards and recognition from CASE, the UCDA’s annual show, Communication Arts Magazine, Print’s Regional design Magazine and The Society of Illustrators. Shaul's solo exhibition 'HumaNature' was on disply at the Creative Alliance, Amalie Rothschild Gallery.