Yoel Benharrouche (b. 1961) is an Israeli painter and sculpturer who combines deep spiritual concepts from the worlds of Judaism and Kabbalah, with a unique technique. In his works, there is always a story, a message, a constant search for beauty and poetry, religion and love, passion and serenity.
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The dance of the Angels: the angels are forces of influence, and of the connection between the different levels of reality. Every angel carries out his mission faithfully. This painting depicts the angels as musical instruments and birds who transmit the sound. This dance is a dialogue between all the different parts of the universe. The dance of the angels alludes to what is taking place on the higher plane of reality, in the deep recesses of the soul. It is where a very precise dance takes place which communicates to the world down below the correct steps for good progress. Dance is also an act of filtering since the root of the word “le’raked” (“to dance” in Hebrew) is to distinguish between good and evil. In art, this repeats itself countless of times and one needs to know how to do it in order the remain faithful to the inner idea that the artist wished to express. This is called – dance.”