Emerging alongside the artistic renaissance of his native country, Israeli artist Yuval Wolfson possesses both the technical edge of a printmaker and the virtue of a painter. As a result, Wolfson [...]
Wolfson’s talent was discovered at an early age when he was granted a scholarship from the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. His work demonstrates the rare and unique quality sought by many artists: the ability to catch, with gentle and sensitive brush strokes, the changing seasons, their vivid hues, and the declining light of each day.
In his first one-person exhibition, “Monet’s Garden”, his painterly qualities were reviewed with much acclaim by the critics. He created 24 variations of one image where the colors differed gradually according to the declining sunlight – hour by hour. Wolfson divides his time between painting and teaching and is also an accomplished serigrapher.