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 A painting executed in oil colors, thoughtfully applied onto compressed cardboard. This composition features two piscine creatures, gracefully swimming through the aqueous depths.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why did the artist refrain from naming his paintings?
    Moshe Zaidler refrains from naming his paintings because he believes that the viewer should be able to interpret the work on their own terms. He wants the viewer to be able to create their own story or meaning from the painting, without being influenced by a title. In addition, for Moshe the craft is a method of self-discovery and "archaeological" work in his subconscious. While naming is a conscious act in the dimension of language, which may interfere with his artistic process.
  • Why should you buy art?
    Art is a window into the transcendent. It can help you to understand yourself and the world around you. It can be a source of meaning, beauty, and joy. As Jordan Peterson says, "Art is a way of making sense of the world. It is a way of expressing our deepest thoughts and feelings. It is a way of connecting with others and with something larger than ourselves. Art can be a source of great joy and inspiration. It can also be a source of comfort and solace in difficult times." So if you're looking for a way to enrich your life, consider buying art that you resonate with. It's a wise investment that will pay off in many unexpected ways.
  • What materials did the artist use in his paintings?
    The artist used a variety of materials to create his paintings, each one based on a different material. By clicking on a painting in the store, you can reach its product page, where you can read details about the materials used to create that particular piece. If you have any additional questions about a certain painting, please contact us here and specify the craft number and the details you would like to know.
  • Who is Moshe Zaidler?
    Moshe Zaidler is a deeply introspective artist who uses painting as a means of delving into his subconscious mind, exploring the depths of his experiences, emotions, and personal history. Born from a difficult childhood, the son of a Holocaust survivor, his art often deals with themes of trauma, memory, and emotional resilience. Through painting, Zaidler has found a way to cope with his past, express himself and make sense of the world around him.​ You can read more about him in this link. (In this link you can also find him on social media)
  • Who built this gallery?
    BoZai, The eldest son of Moshe Zaidler
Artistic image of colors and raw materials of human artist and introverted with a well -developed inner world
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