February, 2021

In this art event, Rotem Reshef, a painter and installation artist based in New York and Tel Aviv, shared some of her methods of creative expression with multi-media materials, commenting on ecological shifts and seasonal changes, by composing fossil-like abstractions, alongside ghostly representations of human presence.

Reshef's large-scale immersive installations invite you to surround yourself in worlds of curiosity and enchantment.

Updated: Mar 2, 2021

January, 2021

It's been just over a month since I moved to my new studio, and it already feels so good! There is plenty of natural light and it's so spacious, I can work on larger scroll paintings, and walk around them to gain perspective.

Another part of the discoveries of moving to the new studio, were some paintings I haven't seen in years.

It was like finding lost treasures!

Two Drops, 2013, diluted acrylic on canvas, 63x55in | 160x140cm

Untitled, 2014, diluted acrylic and charcoal on canvas, 31x71in | 80x180cm

Imprint #80, 2015 | 79x39in |200x99cm

December, 2020

I was happy to shoot this conversation video at my studio in Tel Aviv in which I spent 6 years of work and fun.

We finished shooting just days before I moved to my new studio around the corner from the previous location.

Growth involves good memories but also great dreams and plans for the future, so I can't wait to share more exciting news with you very soon.

In the meantime, please check my new Videos page on this website and see more videos!