Elena Bulatova Fine Art
Contemporary Art Focusing on Mixed-Media Paintings & Sculpture
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Efi Mashiah

 

Efi Mashiah


 

Efi Mashiah is working to make recycled materials into sculptures,  incorporating used coca-cola cans to build bikes and screws as the main medium to create three-dimensional artworks.

Born in Israel and based in California he  doesn’t rely on a computer to pixelate his works, he just makes a grid and drills in screws at certain key points (like the tip of the nose) to establish the depth of the artwork. “ I consider these paintings as sculptures and  all my screws are at different depths. There’s nothing planned out. I draw out a figure on the board and figure out the depths,” the artist says. The screw holes have to be drilled beforehand, to make sure the screws go in straight. “I love the unpredictability of found materials and enjoy the inventiveness necessary to transform them into a sculpture,” he says. 3-D Paintings "Let's Paint" from Efraim Mashiah

New Collection of 3D paintings from Efraim Mashiah “Let’s Remodel”. These spectacular encapsulation of pop-Art and post-Pollock sensibility fit in perfectly with the hotels new and updated contemporary focus. The world, design, and art have changed in the technological era, and Efraim Mashiah has changed with it. He loves a clean, classic sensibility infused with fun, eye-catching pop flair. These pieces challenge the boundary of painting and sculpture, performance and monument, and simplicity and deep complexity in art. While they are available in any color accessible to the stretches of your imagination—and they are often shown in pairs, sets of six, or even more—they are electrically successful in each individual expression of creative brilliance. Add one to collection, and suddenly you feel like you have captured a museum-like history of art with a single piece

 

 

Screw ART


LETS PAINT

New Collection of 3D paintings from Efraim Mashiah “Let’s Remodel”. These spectacular encapsulation of pop-Art and post-Pollock sensibility fit in perfectly with the hotels new and updated contemporary focus. The world, design, and art have changed in the technological era, and Efraim Mashiah has changed with it. He loves a clean, classic sensibility infused with fun, eye-catching pop flair. These pieces challenge the boundary of painting and sculpture, performance and monument, and simplicity and deep complexity in art. While they are available in any color accessible to the stretches of your imagination—and they are often shown in pairs, sets of six, or even more—they are electrically successful in each individual expression of creative brilliance. Add one to collection, and suddenly you feel like you have captured a museum-like history of art with a single piece