Pakine is an Israeli artist. There are no errors in the details of her works, she calls this “Innocent Art », as it moves her the way children paint. As an artist, she works with color like a surgeon with a unique gift for mixing colors. The Pop Art colors in her works are vivid and offset, each piece is uniquely hand crafted.
The artist creates portraits with color and shapes that bring a unique touch. Pakine takes inspiration from the cheerful and colorful death cults from Mexico. She also is inspired by the Lucha Libre masks of the fighters. Pakine’s street scenes are drawn from a seemingly cold universe which is actually a fascinating mental landscape illustrating paintings with a narrative of a graphic universe part street, part poetry and all color.
Her painting is an explosion of colors, striking a balance between current, modern and strong. Her style touches us and makes us reflect on some of the many microcosms of life and its contradictions. She provides a visual and relevant x-ray of a world that sometimes escapes us, a very personal way to demystify the world of fashion and visions of life and death. Find a selection of her works in the Marciano Galleries.