Razia Gershon Self Portrait Razia Gershon Bronze Home
Site Map   |   Contact Us  
Shoelaces - Bronze Figurative Collection
Razia Gershon an Israeli sculpture artist was born in Israel and has focused her artwork from an early stage on the human body and the possibilities inherent in it, as both a means of expression and an artistic value.

In the initial stages of her career, Razia studied modern ballet under Gertrud Krauss and classical ballet under Mia Arbatova. Razia subsequently graduated from the Wingate Institute and worked as a physical and ballet educator. Razia is a graduate of the Avni Institute of Art in Tel-Aviv. She pursued her studies under Tania Preminger and David Zondelovitz, professors in art academies in Russia. Razia later attended art history lectures with Prof. Marcel Mendelson at the Bar Ilan University.

Razia's bronze sculptures are presented in figurative classic style , based on and inspired by the human body, its movements and ballet steps. The sculptures are cast in bronze, and despite the hardness and rigidity of the material the statues are made of, the viewer can easily see and feel the movement, the elegance and the gentleness expressed in the statues. One of the better known series Razia created includes a bronze garden sculpture series of various animals and in particular sheep. The comic bronze figures are unique and have become the artistsí trademark in Israel. In 2006 the artist completed a new series of Horse Sculptures including six pieces to her collection.

Razia's statues can be found in private collections in Israel and abroad. She works at her art studio in Ramat Hasharon, Israel where her private bronze collection is on display.
About Razia
The Collection
©2011 Copyright All Rights Reserved  |  Links  |  Israel Blog
Developed by Suntrader Networks