Wooden sculptures from Israel

Posted By on May 9, 2010

Eli AdamitThese sculptures are carved by Eli Adamit from Meitar, Israel.

Eli Adamit wins the first prize in July 2011  with the sculpture “Moishale” in competition at the forum: “Wood Carpentry and Wood Crafts” in “Tapuz Anashim” .

Most of his sculptures are made from Indian sysam wood.

Eli`s declaration about his wood art:
“The woodcarving in my eyes is like a couple dancing, the trunk and the figure which is in my mind.
During the dance, the trunk undress not necessary parts and the image are dressing its shape, the image is known in advance but the grain and the shade which the image will wear, unknown and become clear during the carving dance.”

More of his work can be seen on lumberjocks.com/eli_adamit

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4 Responses to “Wooden sculptures from Israel”

  1. Tomas says:

    I greatly enjoyed these wooden sculptures. It seemed as if I listened to the human heart while watching the artworks. Especially I liked “Holy Scriptures Writer” . Outwardly simple form pierces deeply into the heart with the rejuvenating power of the eternities. The artwork leads the viewer into the realm beyond the picture and thus puts him into an awe.This is Inspiring and challenging work at the same time. While viewing your works I felt myself as if in the hometown of my art. There are lots of faces yet just one message of the sunbeam. Thank you.

    • Eli Adamit says:

      Thank you Tomas for your comment. I’m not sure that I saw it 4 years ago. Since than, I curved some more sculptures and I’m sure you will enjoy the sculpture called Soup kitchen and the Harpist.
      Thank you
      Eli Adamit

  2. ukiecreate says:

    i’ts so greeat….

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