New York City-based Ran Ortner is inspired by his muse, the sea, and keeps on implementing his passion in his art. His work simply overwhelms with it’s scale and realistic feeling of waves coming right down to your hand.
"In my art, I contemplate the collision of opposites, from tender brutalities to the devastating sensitivities. Every day I enter my studio, prepare my materials and, as James Joyce said, “go for the millionth time to encounter the reality of the experience.” I attempt through painting to sustain my encounter with life’s biting reality.” – says Ran.
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