Dalgis Edelson

Dalgis Edelson Dalgis explores beauty and ugliness and the gains and losses of life, in her wonderfully complex oil painting cast on regular canvas and wood. She combines a unique poignant style with an abundance of details, intensely rich colors and complex compositions to bridge the expansiveness of emotive expressionism with the realities of the physical world.Drawing from her deep sense of spirituality,dreams and imaginative wanderings, Edelson creates worlds infused with symbolism and meaning meant to probe the intuitive flow of human experience.
Inspired by Goya,Dali,Kahlo and the old masters, Edelson's images are dedicated to detailed renderings but also surrealistic, as she uses geometric forms to add layers of meaning to her figures.She takes us further into the subconscious realm in the abstract elements of her paintings,which draw on compositional elements of pattern and geometry.Delving into the mysteries of humanity and the universe Dalgis Edelson uses her art to touch the viewer
and lend greater insight into humanity's emotional terrains.'



Religion It's Given People Hope In A World Torn Apart By Religion – Jon Stewart

World Chess “World Chess”

All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players.

Masquerade Ball “Masquerade Ball”

Masquerade ball was inspired by Fernando Pessoa quote �Masquerades disclose the reality of souls. As long as no one sees who we are, we can tell the most intimate details of our life. I sometimes muse over this sketch of a story about a man afflicted by one of those personal tragedies born of extreme shyness who one day, while wearing a mask I don�t know where, told another mask all the most personal, most secret, most unthinkable things that could be told about his tragic and serene life.

Paths “Paths”

Inspired by "The wisdom and their mystery behind the images"