Russian- Israeli artist who works mainly with a palette-knife instead of regular brushes and oils. He was born on July 12, 1955. He graduated from Vittles Art School and he was one of the elite members of that school. He developed his own unique technique and style. He Is mainly known as being a self-representing artist because he sells and promotes his work over the Internet. He was a struggling artist because he couldn’t sell his paintings before the advancement of online sales and eBay.
A couple of reasons he stuck out to me are: he paints very colorful, he rates vivid scenes full of bright colors and watery reflections, and the brightness to make his paintings positive and joyous. Leonie Forearm was a modern impressionistic artist. Impressionism is a 19th century art movement that originated with a group of Paris-based artists. He was born in the same town as Marc Chalk in Vittles, Belabors and lived there until 1990. Marc Chalk later became Foremost role model. Then, Forearm lived in Israel between 1990 and 2002, from 2002 to 2010, In Florida, and now, he resides In Mexico.
Forearm did painting with oil and palette-knife. He paints mainly landscape, seascapes, landscapes, city scenes, flowers, and portraits. He loves cats and other animals. He also has painted many paintings of cats, dogs, horses, tigers, and giraffes. HIS paintings are extremely colorful, lovely, and professional. Palette-knife Is incredibly difficult to master. It took Leonie 10 years to improve his palette-knife handling skill. He has become well known for his distinctive style. Forearm attended all the possible art classes offered in his school and also took riveter lessons from local artists.
He was admitted in Vittles Education Institute where he studied arts and graphics after he graduated with honor from high school in Vittles. He was introduced and later was influenced to the work of March Chalk and Mandolin. His early artistic work was very influenced by them two. Then when he moved to Israel, he met and became friends with Leonie Potash’s, an Israeli Jazz musician, who Inspired Forearm to paint a collection of portraits of popular Jazz musicians. Forearm then painted dozens of his favorite musicians.
Leon Forearm Interests me because of his unique palette-knife technique that Is very hard to become skilled at and each of his paintings bring different moods, colors, and emotions. Scenery and nature always inspires me so I chose the right artist. He expresses the beauty of this world in his paintings and his paintings look so real, words can’t explain the beauty of his paintings. Forearm wants the viewer to see the world the way he sees it. He has traveled a lot and has taken numerous pictures of different scenes that he later painted.
His art can be reflected as very positive because of the bright colors he uses. I’m going to use Lioness’s work to inspire my dinnerware set. I’m going to use bright colors and make a colorful scene to make my work astonishing Like his. He Inspires me to work hard on my work and to be creative. His own unique technique and style. He is mainly known as being a self-representing artist because he sells and promotes his work over the internet. He was a struggling artist because he couldn’t sell his paintings before the advancement of online sales sake his paintings positive and Joyous.