I don’t want the sky to be realistic and a fruit bowl is better upside down. The colors have their force. My works are ultra-colorful unsymmetrical and shout this is a Danielle Dishy work. The art acts as a try to design the hard reality from time to time in a different way. The coping in my works faces the “complicated and traumatic serious” reality and turn it around. There is nothing to hope for in reality there nothing to wake up for. This combination of lively colors and naiveté is unique to my style I don’t follow any classical rules in art making
My work is a direct expression of my five senses channeled through clay canvas, computer, and fabrics. I respond to anything that inspires me - from a walk in the forest or climbing a dune through a recent episode of South Park and I am having a constant dialogue with these elements that inspire me.
I envision art as organic with rarely any planning or symmetry. When I have an idea I like to see how develops on its own I do not plan have a plan to follow from beginning to end. I cannot disconnect from fantasy and a child’s point of view. My titles would sometimes create a story on their own like “So it says”, “A never coming true dream”,” A chocolate chip fairy tale” and “If grass were tall”.
A hike in a park could give birth to a series of ceramic works that that describe my experience climbing hills or mushroom hunting, and unleashing my dog. The ceramics would be bulky colorful and of course a metaphor to what I see never one on one. My works truth is to be happy, to enjoy shapes, colors, peace, nature and the art within it. Nature affects my work it always has some kind of expression. I challenge what I doubt by being loyal to my own style despite other trends that surround me. I don’t use symmetry and I work according to my own rules regarding beauty.
Born in Israel and raised both in Israel and the USA. My works are inspired by my childhood landscapes ranging from the Mediterranean to southern United States. My works are influenced by Vincent Van Gogh, Chihuly and Yayoi Kusama. Their approach and understanding of color is unbeatable and unmatched. I vision art in an organic way rarely using any planning or symmetry. A war of colors, my works tend to be happy even if the subject isn’t. I don’t want the sky to be realistic, and a fruit bowl is better upside down. The colors have their force. My works meaning isn’t always revealed so that the viewer will think and make up their own story.…But if you ask I will tell you. Graduated from School Of Visual Arts NYC my preferred medium of choice is digital art. However I don’t shy away from ceramics, textiles, trash art and painting.