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Randy Zucker

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Randy Zucker uses digital tools to create situations in which familiar scenes or objects are altered or detached from their natural function, inviting the viewer to form new personal connections. Zucker always goes for the impact one feels when seeing something for the first time or in a new and different way. The energy of the subject and its emotional and spiritual vibrations are always important in determining how to render it. The representational, she believes, is just the starting point for an incredible journey.
Artist’s Statement: This is a small watercolor painting that was actually inspired by a figure on one of the many menorahs in my collection. My goal was to capture, in both form and color, the rhapsody of the moment.
Artist’s Statement: In contrast to other images of the parting of the Red Sea during the Exodus, here the viewer is not off in the distance, objectively watching people swarm across... The viewer is there, part of the first group, being asked to make the ...
Artist’s Statement: Using digital tools, I've recreated the warm glow and sense of peaceful mystery that Shabbat brings us every week.
Artist’s Statement: For this piece, I used digital tools to strip the image down to its most essential and meaningful elements. Like a Haiku poem, it communicates a tremendous amount of information and emotion with a small amount of actual input. In doing...
Artist’s Statement: This piece uses digital tools to add motion and emotion to the subject. Although much detail of the subject’s body is missing, the image is complete and the joyfulness is fully expressed just the way it is.
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