Omri Koresh
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“I create inspirations.” Those are the words from the multi talented artist, Omri Koresh. Born and raised in Israel, Omri has been painting since he was a little boy. After looking up to his father, also once an artist, Omri couldn’t stop his affinity for art-- painting all over his mother’s walls in his childhood home. This was just the beginning of natural-born artist. Omri doesn’t believe in inspiration. He believes that inspiration is created and discovered from within. It’s a natural feeling. His work ranges from all platforms of art from oil and digital painting, to photography, even creating dolls and designing clothing. Some other talents include sculpting and recreating furniture to give it a unique and revamped look. His style is unique. For example, instead of taking a sexy picture of a woman as she is objectifying herself, Omri creates women to look like dolls. He prefers to make the human look as if they are in fact, an object. In Omri’s words, “I do it all, I am an empire.” “I create inspirations.” Those are the words from the multi talented artist, Omri Koresh. Born and raised in Israel, Omri has been painting since he was a little boy. After looking up to his father, also once an artist, Omri couldn’t stop his affinity for art-- painting all over his mother’s walls in his childhood home. This was just the beginning of a natural-born artist. Omri doesn’t believe in inspiration. He believes that inspiration is created and discovered from within. It’s a natural feeling. His work ranges from all platforms of art from oil and digital painting, to photography, even creating dolls and designing clothing. Some other talents include sculpting and revamping furniture. His style is unique. For example, instead of taking a sexy picture of a woman as she is objectifying herself, Omri creates women to look like dolls. He prefers to make the human look as if they are in fact, an object. Sharon saw Omri’s post photography and director work while collaborating with Con Art’s talented blogger and presenter, Nonachalant. The two immediately clicked, as Sharon and Omri began working and recreating projects together. He is now assisting a variety of Con Art’s productions. To Omri, Con Art represents words like “fresh, clean, and new.”
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