Moved by perception of light over objects, through observation or imagination, Hedva Mizrahi sees her painting motives as a light capturing body.
In her paintings she tries to embrace the sensation it conveys and pour it into the canvas. The canvas is an arena, a space she uses to compose the right relationships between shapes, colors, edges and textures into a perfect melody, like music played in the right tones, in perfect harmony.
“Spend a lifetime in hard work with humble mind” (Howthorne)
Hedva draws her influence from the Old Masters: Dega, Morandi, Cezanne, Diebenkorn, Lucian Freud, Lopez, Euan Uglow, Corot, Courbet, Vermeer, Velazquez, Vihelm Hammershoi, Sargent, Chardin, Rothko.