“Since childhood, we have shared a studio and helped each other grow as artists. The 2Wild collaboration was born when we decided to join forces on a new project.” – Miri and Barak Rozenvain
What makes the Marcus Ashley Gallery a frequent haunt of the art community is its inclusive, warm approach. The patrons invite tourists, Californians, and out-of-towners to experience art like never before. The welcoming interiors and stupendous exhibits make the gallery a hotspot for interested buyers. When you visit in person or online, do take a look at the breathtaking Barak and Miri Rozenvain art.
Surfing is a thrilling water sport for those who enjoy riding the sea’s undulating waves. Miri and Barak use mixed media such as magazine clippings that give Here Comes the Sun a retro 80s vibe. In this piece, the waters crash and part to reveal a montage of divers, excerpts, and underwater life that emphasize the ocean’s vast beauty. Notice how the papercuts and elevated textures trace the outlines and shapes of the surfer and the barrel wave.
Miri and Barak breathe life into this piece using a smorgasbord of color, texture, and form. Here Comes the Sun is a versatile piece to display in a room with quirky, minimal, or muted interiors.