Nov. 21, 2006 – Visions of Landscapes:
“In life we catch glimpses of our ideal. At times it is right behind the corner, so visible it is believable, almost reachable. Our proximity translates into a sweet promise.” Says Liron who’s landscapes are dominated by a body of water seen through trees. Using water as a symbol of life, serenity, and that promise, the artist’s trees may either represent a barrier or they may yield to define a path. Most often they partially obscure, connoting a hurdle as they provide a glimpse. Liron’s landscapes, like her flowers, are not merely intended to reflect nature but rather to project an inner reflection, a metaphorical journey.
Liron’s oil paintings have been featured in over 40 shows in New York City and throughout the Northeast, won multiple awards and are widely collected by corporate collectors and by individuals in the US and abroad. Liron is listed in Who’s Who in America and in Who’s Who in Visual Art.
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