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Lenner Gogli

Born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1964, Lenner Gogli started painting at the age of four and has been painting ever since. Gogli attended the High School of Art in Budapest, as well as the School of Wood Sculpting before enrolling as a student in the Obada University. After graduation, Gogli then taught art at the university for three years before moving to Israel in 1995 and attending the Avni School of Art.

When she came to Israel, Gogli says everything changed in terms of her painting. Her imagery became much more abstract, and gradually evolved to incorporate realistic flowers on abstract surfaces for which she is so well known. Her work is multi-faceted and brings together several styles; realism, abstract and cubism.

In her abstract cubist works, objects are depicted from a multitude of view-points, and surfaces intersect at seemingly random angles, stirring unconscious feelings in the viewer because they are not distracted by realistic images that they relate to. Instead, the viewer is invited to quietly reflect and experience the emotion. Yet Gogli’s realistic floral still-lifes are so natural and gentle and that their scent almost rises from the canvas eliciting a feeling of pure emotion. Gogli, indeed, is true to her word in her pursuit of perpetuating beauty that touches the senses.