This Jewel “Paint brush”represent for her the multiple and infinite extensions of the hand of man, which undergo a continuous cycle of production, consumption, and destruction.
Liora was born in the sixties, more specifically in 1965, in the 12th arrondissement of the City of Light, Paris. She spent her childhood in the also called “arrondissement de Reuilly,” in a well-known artisan district. From a very young age, she dwelled in an environment filled with professions that effectively mix both artistical and practical work.
She’s specialized in abstract art, and her work’s most remarkable characteristics are probably the strong presence of black color, as well as of rich textures, which are the result of the artist’s smooth appliance of diverse painting techniques and their convergence with light. However, that does not mean the artist rules out other colors, for ones such as gray, red and blue assist her gallery’s tonality, generating a space in which life and death collide.
Spots and other spontaneous strokes also find themselves being protagonists of Liora’s catalog, sharing the spotlight respectfully with vertical lines that usually take shapes that evoke nature, as abstract reflections that could be understood, by curious minds, as trees or pistils.