Liron Sissman

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About Liron

Oil paintings depicting nature metaphorically

Liron Sissman’s oil paintings have been featured in many shows in New York City and throughout the country, have won multiple awards, and have been written about extensively. Liron’s paintings are collected by institutional collectors coast-to-coast and by individuals in the US and abroad. Liron’s art was recently the subject of a 40 minute TV interview.  Her artwork was also featured in 'Something Borrowed' starring Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Colin Egglesfield. Liron Sissman is a professional artist listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Art, and Who’s Who of American Women.

“Every painting is a self portrait. I use flowers as visual metaphors depicting life’s many cycles.  The fragility of flowers, coupled with their ephemeral beauty, intriguing delicacy, and striking color, attract sensitivity and amplify the drama.  The fleeting existence of flowers triggers urgency.  Having no faces of their own, flowers in my work represent an image which viewers of diverse backgrounds would be able to relate to.  Unencumbered bypersonal features, they serve as portraits of human nature.

I became interested in painting the landscape when I realized the symbolism of water as representing life and serenity; the sweet promise of that to which we aspire -- often so close yet illusive. My compositions often depict a body of water seen through a screen of trees. While partially obscuring thus connoting a hurdle, these trees provide glimpses. My landscapes like my flowers are not merely intended to reflect nature but rather to project an inner reflection, a metaphorical journey.

I admire the intensity of emotions found in the works of the Expressionists.  Like them, I too mix my soul with my paints.  However, I strive to be subtle in my expression of the intense”

“The plants [in Liron’s work] become anthropomorphic lovers”
- Joseph Jacobs, Curator of American Art, Newark Museum

Visit her website at www.Liron.com

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