Size: 16"W x 12"H x 0.1"D
Year Created: 2018
This painting was made in Union Square New York City, in the summer of 2010, Acrylic on Canvas Sheet 12x16 inches. The painting comes unframed, it is easier to frame than a stretched canvas since you don't need a custom frame with depth, you can use a frame which you would use for a photograph, with or without glass. Shipping included, the painting ships rolled in recycled (and safe) packaging to reduce costs and waste.
While making this painting hundreds of people stopped and watched but only the children came up and were talking to me. I just found that interesting. This is the one and only original painting no copies.
Born in New York City, Mezrahi's paintings are inspired by all aspects of life. During the day he works as a New York City Public School Teacher, on weekends, holidays, and summers he works as an artist. He has several different subjects he often paints, American Life, New York, his personal life, love, the Holocaust, Israel, and Ritual Jewish Life. His paintings tell intimate personal narrative stories about these subjects. Some paintings can be colorful and happy and other can be dark and intense, but his paintings always tell the truth.