Project no.232

Dan Sapoznikov

Changing Seasons

Chief Curator: Rachel Sukman

Opening: Friday, 11 February 2022, at 11:00 a.m, until 13:00 p.m

Closing: Friday, 4 March 2022, at 13:00 p.m.

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6 Zamenhoff St. , Tel Aviv, tel.: 03-5254191

Gallery hours:

Tuesday-Thursday: 10:00 - 17:00
Friday: 10:00 - 13:00
Saturday: closed

 

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Nahal Hashofet Reserve. In the background - Ein HaEmek.
(from a photo taken in 2020), 2021
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Ein Saharonim in Ramon Crater.
(From a photo taken in 2.10.21), 2022
Oil on canvas
100x80 cm

Nahal Mamshit near Dimona
(From a photo taken in 18.12.21), 2022
Oil on canvas
100x80 cm
Beit Keshet Forest
(From a photo taken in 27.11.21), 2022
Oil on canvas
100x80 cm
       

Russ A. Ramley. Upper Bezeq Reserve.
(from a photo taken in 2017), 2020
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Hurvat Andor.
(from a photo taken in 2018), 2020
Oil on canvas
50x70 cm

Sycamore Fichus near the Whitening Acacia Reserve
(from a photo taken in 2015), 2021
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm
Yokneam HaMoshava
(not the city)
(from a photo taken in 2020), 2021
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm
       

Guy Ben Hinnom. Jerusalem
(from a photo taken in 1989), 2020
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Ein Samia
(from a photo taken in 1988), 2021
Oil on canvas
30x40 cm

Kanei River Reservoir - near Megiddo
(from a photo taken in 2018) , 2021
Oil on canvas
50x70 cm
Nahal Raz - Ramot Menashe. South of Ein Hashofet.
(from a photo taken in 2017), 2019
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm
       

Beit Zayit Reservoir near Beit Zayit - near Jerusalem.
(from a photo taken in 2019), 2021
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Tel Gamma in the northwestern Negev
(from a photo taken in 2016), 2019
Oil on canvas
70x50 cm

Nahal Tzin. Near Sde Boker.
(from a photo taken in 2011), 2019
Oil on canvas
70x50 cm
Einot Uzi - above Moshav Even Sapir near Hadassah Ein Karem Hospital.
(from a photo taken in 2018), 2019
Oil on canvas
50.2x36 cm
       

Mount Shokef a mountain in the Carmel Ridge
(from a photo taken in 2017), 2019
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Ein Nun Spring at the entrance to Migdal, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee(from a photo taken in 2017), 2019
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Monter A Sack – in Eastern Samaria
(from a photo taken in 2017), 2019
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm
     

Tirat Shalom Hills - in southern Ness Ziona
(from a photo taken in 2014), 2016
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

The Middle Yarkon South of Hod Hasharon
(from a photo taken in 2014), 2016
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm

Ma'ale Adumim
(from a photo taken in 2016), 2018
Oil on canvas
40x50 cm
     

 

 

 

 

My Heart Longs for the Simple Sights of Nature

Rachel Sukman

 

Dan Sapoznikov paints the country's landscapes after photographs he took during countless hikes along and across the land over decades. On those trips he discovered beautiful desert spots, an abundance of green trees, perennial streams, springs and pools, untouched by modern times.

Sapoznikov remains faithful to the craft of painting. His works are thought-provoking, and at the same time allow for lengthy observation of the depicted natural expanses. They offer an inexhaustible source of tranquility and peace of mind, eliciting a yearning to linger amid the pastoral views, to breathe them in, remember and dream them. His paintings are a treat, served at the right temperature.

The exhibition at Office in Tel Aviv Gallery strives to present the sense of bliss and satisfaction, which is so lacking in current Israeli life—the bliss that once prevailed here. Sapoznikov's landscapes are awe-inspiring. It seems as though he has always been drawn to the simple sights of nature and landscape at the change of seasons. His canvasses are imprinted with his innocence and modesty. The soft and delicate touch of his brush dipped in paint on canvases free of sophistication, enchants the viewer from the very first glance.