Danielle Greenfeld, 28 lives in central Israel. She is engaged in drawing, painting, photography and writing.
My first works were abstract paintings in acrylic. In recent years I abandoned using lots of color and moved to minimalist drawings by pencil in black and white and ink on paper. Drawings express my interest in the relationship between inner and outer space. I am occupied with brief sketches that reveal what is beneath the material to understand how space functions almost entirely through lines that produce boundaries. These sketches resemble images with an x-ray quality and a minimalist clean lined approach. My decision in recent years to go back to the basics of creativity was a development of using colors. This has provided a dramatic narrative contrasting the lively colors with shades between black and white.