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Yael Izrai
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Columbina I
Intaglio and chine-colle
30" x 20" 

    Columbina I

    Intaglio and chine-colle
    30" x 20"
  • Columbina II
Intaglio and chine-colle
30" x 20" 

    Columbina II

    Intaglio and chine-colle
    30" x 20"
  • Accord
Giclee Print
28" x 16" x 10" 

    Accord

    Giclee Print
    28" x 16" x 10"
  • Farewell
Giclee Print
25" x 19" x 10" 

    Farewell

    Giclee Print
    25" x 19" x 10"
  • A Girl and a Cat
Woodcut print
15" x 15" 

    A Girl and a Cat

    Woodcut print
    15" x 15"
  • Flashback
Intaglio on cold-pressed paper
18.5" x 9.5" 

    Flashback

    Intaglio on cold-pressed paper
    18.5" x 9.5"
  • Insight  (in color)
Intaglio and chine-colle
8" x 8" 

    Insight
    (in color)

    Intaglio and chine-colle
    8" x 8"
  • Looking Glass
Woodcut print
9" x 7" 

    Looking Glass

    Woodcut print
    9" x 7"
  • Mademoiselle I
Intaglio and chine-colle
29" x 19.5" 

    Mademoiselle I

    Intaglio and chine-colle
    29" x 19.5"
  • Mademoiselle II
Intaglio and chine-colle
29" x 19.5" 

    Mademoiselle II

    Intaglio and chine-colle
    29" x 19.5"
  • Rhapsody II “Scherzo”
Giclee Print
69" x 29" x 9" 

    Rhapsody II “Scherzo”

    Giclee Print
    69" x 29" x 9"
  • Snow
Monotype
15" x 12" 

    Snow

    Monotype
    15" x 12"
  • The Artist’s Studio Window  (Day)
Giclee Print
28" x 24" x 11" 

    The Artist’s Studio Window
    (Day)

    Giclee Print
    28" x 24" x 11"
  • The Artist’s Studio Window  (Night)
Giclee Print
28" x 24" x 11" 

    The Artist’s Studio Window
    (Night)

    Giclee Print
    28" x 24" x 11"
  • Window to Memories
Monotype
18" x 15" 

    Window to Memories

    Monotype
    18" x 15"
  • Yellow Field at Night
Monotype
13" x 16" 

    Yellow Field at Night

    Monotype
    13" x 16"
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Yael Izrai

With movement and dappled curiosity, Yael Izrai’s art practice is both confrontational and feminine. Her rhapsodic prints and sculptures show the work of a musically attuned visual artist: hands in position to play piano chords dance across many of her pieces posing a recurrent theme of musicality and song. Using her multimedia talents to depict her musings and reflections on the earth and its people, Izrai plays with different mediums, textures and modalities to find what matches her mood and that of which she intends to portray.

Reverberations of Klimt, Picasso and Magritte become apparent in her works: arching figures, living sculptures, apples, and pomegranates are recurring themes across her pieces. Beginning as a means to express difficult emotions, Izrai’s art practice has evolved into one that inquires the big questions in life, which are the focus of her most recent series. Izrai immigrated from Russia to the United States – her influences reflect a global perspective spanning across cultures and time periods, which range from spiritual to artistic to cultural. By reflecting these foundational episodes of humanity, Izrai’s work asks the viewer to consider where we come from and why we are here.Izrai lives and works in Long Island, New York.