“I was always drawn to the Pop Art icons and abstract masters of the 20th century. Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko are a major source of inspiration for my work.” – Barak Rozenvain

Pop Art enthusiasts and collectors of abstract impressionist paintings will find delight in the Barak and Miri Rozenvain art collection at Marcus Ashley Fine Art Gallery. The brother and sister duo have collaborated as 2Wild, producing masterpieces that are an extraordinary combination of mixed media. Each of their pieces deserves to be the focal point on the walls of chic homes, first-class bistros, country clubs, and luxury hotels.

In Spring Golfing, Miri and Barak showcase their genius at capturing a fleeting moment in time on canvas. A kaleidoscope of brightly colored butterflies trace the arc of the golf club as it cuts through the air. These beloved winged creatures, the artists’ signature images, embody the joy and freedom of springtime rendered by Miri’s gentle palette and Barak’s textured strokes. Splashes of paint, layers of resin, and crystal pieces combine to create a remarkable, lifelike print.

This piece is painted on the innovative medium of clear plexiglass. Through the clear areas of the panel, one can see the wall, which essentially becomes a part of the scene as its backdrop.