Much More Than Rhythm
Two paintings from this series. Registered painting black base clocks (Drawing No.1) And metronome (Drawing No.2) When they stand rigid frame dictated And above them great freedom of form and color . it is up to the viewer to decide if there is tension between the two Layers or at the end they menage to create a unified harmony. Wrote about these paintings Arie Berkowitz , curator : “Exhibition of the artist that continued Kandinsky’s works”
Size : 90 * 70 cm.
A -la – Matisse
Correspondence with the history of art .
To ” Dance ” of Matisse. The dancing figures become to dancing images of musical notes and the drawing received a different
harmony , colors and movement
The Meeting of Parallel Lines
This picture is a milestone for me. I led the two careers: Music and painting alternatively. This painting is a symbol of the connection between them and these are two parallel lines that meet. Altough this is an optical illusion, in my world they met .
Railroads made of staves of music and above notes of one of the optimistic chorales of Bach
180 * 140 cm..
is my private association of the instrument that I’m conducting an affair with FOR
Many years ,. Including takeoffs and landings on the way …
120 * 120 cm.
The Flying Piano – Diptych
110 * 40 cm.
visual impact on the sense of hearing and vice versa.
“translation” of an element of continuity that music into painting. There is a Bach’s peace on all the three, when the first images due to “misty morning, the second – “the afternoon” and the third – “the night”.
It guides the viewer to look in a special way and continuously on the picture
Trio of paintings
Drawn following my imagination kindled two years old daughter.
I held the hand nut and she asked me if it’s a butterfly (Children hear and see paintings Of butterflies from a young age But do not always see them at such a young age)
I noticed the resemblance between the nut and the butterfly and moth of perception was not born here not in a Cocoon But in a nut
that’s why this is a genetic metamorphosis But with a Wink (-:
120 * 60 cm.
Inspired by FILM NOIR
Megi Rome was born and raised in the area which is one of the world’s most beautiful, Tbilissi, Georgia’s Capital, melting pot of East and west, diverse populations of Christians, Georgians Jews, Gypsies, Armenian, Russians and others.
Around the stimulation of countless richness in Ballet, Theater, Poetry and Literature, Ancient history and colorful inspirational with diverse and breathtaking landscapes.
Modern cities on the one hand and Villages scattered around and in life have not changed much from the Middle Ages.
The oldest daughter of a young couple, Patriarchal Jewish family where a daughter’s task is to help her mother with the housekeeping in order to bring her up as the perfect housewife, marry at a young age and raise a family in the same format.
I was a prodigy who was born with a paintbrush in hand , was considered a genius at school, playing and dancing, While the house had rejected the skills and never gave a small compliment or reinforcement. A look of affection or embrace ungrudging.
That is why I created my imaginary lands where the endless golden fields of wheat accepted me with open arms.
The Sequel of chopping my wings was forced marriages in a young age without love…
The journey to my personal freedom took long, racking and painful years and included voluntary giving up the most luxurious material life.
New life began : without a penny and non- promising economically art skills and along with a lovely 4 year old boy, standing in front of the whole Georgian community resistance which was threatened by the breakage of a traditional value of “no divorce in our community.”
My art is a product of my life, my adventures, my experiences, my dreams. They contain elements of a strict framework versus freedom .
Use of musical elements to find a way of translating Both languages, music and painting to each other and create a synthesis of personal and general language and all along looking for the infinite form of sublime beauty and yet accessible.
My paintings are filled with love and compassion of our troubled world, People who surrender to their fate or those who are searching for their dreams.
My paintings are my love for you
Both ends of the range of the artist’s style, figurative up to abstract is wide as well as diversified.
All the work is characterized by a multitude of tiered, compressed bright, colorful light of Byzantine/Classic, which is usually on the platform of the wooden double of 40” * 40” on average, technique which has developed by Megi is accomplished with the years in which the painting has a ground of 3 dimensions, sculptural. to paint on such a platform creates difficulty and challenge for the skill of the painter.
Many opposites are revealed in her works: Light and darkness, rationality and emotion, spiritual and material, concrete and abstract, up to images of symbolization to the iconic characteristics find expression in various topics of interest to the artist.
Places where she lived and drew its culture, the here “and there”, together with the perspective of time, the perspective of consciousness and perspective as picturesque as the value and reality and art.
Painting, music and memory crystallize Megi from her native adult swimming today in Tel Aviv,
As a painter and pianist, her work combines the worlds of painting and music, and find where the
balance between the metaphysical concrete image, she sees the writings of the great composers’
character states of their lives and raises them to an art as an expression of the reporter image.
Musical note becomes a plastic image, rhythm and movement characters become formal rhythm
and rhythmic tools such as a metronome and watch – Perceptual symbolization. Color and light with
Byzantine and classical properties suggest a cycle of day and night Kingdom of the passage
All this creates a symphony of color, form and sensuality with meditative dynamics.
Exhibition curated by Arie Berkowitz at the Artists House, Tel Aviv, wrote: “the
painter Wassily Kandinsky saw already in 1912 the relationship between abstract art, music and
spirituality. Megi Rome, a contemporary artist, creates a perception that she knows to combine the rich and sensual abstract images in music, the rhythmic momentum to get her metaphysical”….
From the words of Curator: Dr. Anton Biedermann