Sunday, February 8, 2015

Isack


 Isack Kousnsky is an Israeli-born artist whose medium is digitized photography.  He has a Naples
gallery showing his large-scale photographs as well as other artists' sculptures and paintings.

Isaac works from a photograph, often taken at the ocean, in nature or in a city, and manipulates the colors, or adds contrasting photographic images, or both.  Take a look.

19 comments:

Lowell said...

I like this guy! What great fun! Maybe I'll try some of that stuff sometime! :)

Luis Gomez said...

Very interesting work. Thanks Jack.

EG CameraGirl said...

Thanks for the link, Jack. Isack's work is indeed creative, chock full of emotion and symbolism.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I agree with commenters above. It is always great when we take the time to provide links to the artists' pages. Happy Sunday, Jack.

Janis
GDP

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What wonderfully complex pieces Jack, unfortunately I can't see the link.

jennyfreckles said...

He does clever and imaginative work, but to be honest I'd not put one on my wall. I'd rather have your sunset shot of yesterday.

Birdman said...

Are those nails? I could look at these awhile. For me, too much manipulation... not good.

Sharon Anck said...

Interesting work! Thanks for the link to his site. I enjoyed looking at his creations.

Sylvia K said...

Wonderfully creative and different and I love them!! Thanks for the link! Hope you're ready for a great new week, Jack!! Enjoy!

VP said...

Quite interesting work, but I do not see much photography here...

RedPat said...

Nice work, Jack!

William Kendall said...

Quite a gallery space! I'm also wondering if that sculpture's made of nails, or bullets.

Michelle said...

Impressive work and I like the sculpture too.

Randy said...

The work is different.

Bob Crowe said...

A man who makes his living with Photoshop, something that takes a lot of skill.

The torso is very sensuous but I don't think I'm in tune with the nails.

Kay said...

I took a look. I love some of it - truly gorgeous! The portraiture? I prefer yours.

Kate said...

Tortured torso? The body looks sleek and svelte, not at all tortured. The artist really nailed it!

Virginia said...

As my mother would have said, "That woman is hard as nails."

Gunn said...

Unique, nice and interesting work!