Cielo I: Original Art on Canvas by Gilat Ben-Dor - Pomegranate Tapestry Series

$425.00

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CIELO I is one of the 12 unique original canvases featured in Gilat Ben-Dor's new series of small works, Pomegranate Tapestry. Cielo I means "Sky 1" and is the counterpart to Cielo II in this collection. This is an airy, inspiring work that elicits all that is good from the earth and the sky.

The clear, light blue backdrop of the sky, punctuated ever so slightly with cottony clouds, lays the perfect scene for a blissful, floating pomegranate, embellished by hand with Czech glass beads as its "seeds." Golden corners with raised beading embellishment finish this heavenly scene with elegance.

 This textured artwork is signed by the artist and ready to hang.

  • 10"x10"x1.5"
  • Textured Mixed Media on canvas
  • Original artwork signed by artist
  • Finished on all visible sides, pre-stretched on wooden bars
  • Ready to hang (unframed)
  • Certificate of Authenticity included with purchase

© Gilat Ben-Dor. All rights reserved. Artist retains sole copyright on all works, including duplication, distribution, creation, and sale of derivative works. Sale of an artwork does not constitute a transfer or sharing of copyright.

Please note: Colors may vary between different screens/monitors and the physical artwork.

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About the POMEGRANATE TAPESTRY Series:
The series Pomegranate Tapestry was inspired by artist Gilat Ben-Dor’s fascination with the beauty, form, and rich symbolic meaning of pomegranates, throughout history and in modern times. Each individual work in this series combines Gilat’s colorful, exuberant style with nods to artistic traditions such as Medieval gilding, Renaissance-era celestial themes, and the textured forms of more contemporary Abstract Expressionism.

Pomegranate Tapestry is composed of 12 mixed media canvases measuring 10”x10” each. They are stretched on sturdy wooden stretchers and with detailed, finished sides, are ready to hang, individually or in groupings. Reflecting Gilat’s love of diverse cultures and languages, the works are titled in various languages, including Italian, French, Latin, Hebrew, Portuguese, and English.

“Working on this small works series felt like a walk through my art history courses in college,” says Gilat, “And it also took me back to my early childhood in Israel, where pomegranates were everywhere, from gardens to tables. Most of all, I love that in many cultures, pomegranates represent abundance and love!”