New Chanukah Painting

New Chanukah Painting

Happy Chanukah to all my friends out there! Chanukah would not be complete for me if I did not attempt to share my joy of the Holiday through my art. So after some thought, this is what I came up with. Recently I purchased some black gesso – it’s the stuff you prime the canvas with before you paint – for another project.  Working with a blank black canvas is a whole new experience, and I’m enjoying the challenge. Chanukah being all about lighting up the darkness was the perfect opportunity to work with a deep black canvas and see where I can take it. Beginning with a gold menorah at the bottom of the large canvas I began painting in the glowing flames one day at a time, while taking photos and video of the process. In keeping with the spirit of the menorah and the message of Chanukah to keep growing in our effort/holiness, I am shearing the images of the menorah as it grows and shares more light, day by day. Enjoy and please share your feedback Much appreciated & Happy Chanukah Moully Scroll down to see all the days of Chanukah...
‘Under the Black Hat’ – Jerusalem Biennale in the News

‘Under the Black Hat’ – Jerusalem Biennale in the News

‘Under the Black Hat’ Pop Art in Jerusalem Focuses on Chassidim Rabbi Yitzchok Moully brings spiritual and emotional depth to a new exhibit Chabad.org wrote up a beautifully written article about my work in the Jerusalem Biennale. It covers my Digital Cleansing piece as well as the ever popular Orange socks. Read the full article here “Orange Socks” fills an entire wall of a gallery in Jerusalem, from floor to ceiling, and depicts the life-size silhouettes of 12 Chassidim, one of whom shows a flash of color. The artwork, by Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, is on display in the curated group show “Popthodox-Black Humor” until Nov. 16 as a part of the Third Jerusalem Biennale. (Art: Rabbi Yitzchok...
Jerusalem Biennale

Jerusalem Biennale

Big news! My artwork has been accepted into the Jerusalem Biennale! I’m incredibly honored to be on my way to Jerusalem to present select works. Click here for my new interactive sculpture “Digital Cleansing” See info for the show here ...
Chabad Hosts Moully Art in Beacon NY

Chabad Hosts Moully Art in Beacon NY

The first event if its kind in Beacon NY, Chabad hosted an intimate art showing and lecture. It was a pleasure sharing a broad collection of artwork, including the latest AR work. Here’s a few images of the...
Silkscreen Workshop Comes to My Children’s School

Silkscreen Workshop Comes to My Children’s School

Glad I had the opportunity to share my silkscreen workshop with my children’s school. Thank G-D I am blessed with the opportunity to bring my workshop to children and adults around the county and beyond. Its wonderful to be invited to share with my children’s school! Thank you Cheder Lubavitch Morristown for being a wonderful school for my boys!! Click here to see photos of the end of school event and workshop. ...
New Art. Shavuot

New Art. Shavuot

Enjoy your unique relationship with the Torah! Wishing us all A Happy Shavuot! – The day G-D descended on Mt Sinai and gave us the Torah/married the Jewish people. The traditional Chassidic greeting is ; On Shavuot “we should receive the Torah and internalize its message”, deepening our relationship with G-D the giver of the Torah! Little secret, the idea for this Holiday piece for Shavuot is at least 5 years old. I wanted a Holiday piece for each one of the Holidays. For a while I was thinking how to incorporate the Holiday food in the image, but in the end I went with the interplay of a Ashkenaz/ European Torah and a Sefard/Middle Eastern Torah. They are both identical on the inside, only the outer trappings reflect the countries and societies they evolved in. So Happy Shavuot and – Enjoy your unique relationship with the...
Solo Show ‘Visualizing Spirituality’ at Waltuch Art Gallery

Solo Show ‘Visualizing Spirituality’ at Waltuch Art Gallery

Super excited to share a new body of work ! have been working on! this is a whole new direction for me – Using Augmented Reality to Explore Spirituality. Hope you can make it to the show   Here is the press release with info: Visualizing Spirituality Acrylic and Ink Works on Canvas + augmented reality by Yitzchok Moully Waltuch Art Gallery, May 1-28 Meet-the-Artist Reception: Tuesday, May 9, 6:30-8:30 pm The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Waltuch Art Gallery, located at 411 E. Clinton Avenue in Tenafly, NJ presents: Visualizing Spirituality, an exhibition of acrylic and ink works on canvas together with augmented reality by artist Yitzchok Moully. The show will be on display from May 1 -28, with a Meet-the-Artist-Reception on Tuesday, May 9, 6:30-8:30 pm, where the artist will hold a special talk about his work called: Visualizing Spirituality – The Power of Our Actions. Yitzchok Moully, who served as a Rabbi for ten years before he discovered his artistic talents and turned to art full time, creates distinctive pieces of contemporary Jewish art that combine the bright, bold colors prevalent in pop art with the timeless and sophisticated images of Judaica and the Jewish people. His aim is to evoke themes from Torah, Kaballah and Chassidut. and make them relevant to a modern generation. His current focus is to illustrate the hidden energy behind our actions. In this new series Moully utilizes the strong contrast of stark silkscreen images with free flowing liquid paint to highlight our relationship with the spiritual energy of our actions. “I believe that Mitzvahs have a cosmic impact and the power to send spiritual energy into the...
Moully Art Silkscreen Workshop at JLI Retreat

Moully Art Silkscreen Workshop at JLI Retreat

Super excited to share that I will be presenting my silkscreen workshop at the super professional and very swank Jewish Learning Institute retreat in Palm Springs CA. I will be presenting the workshop on August 9-10 at the retreat. Soon  to announce a lecture and art gallery at the retreat. check out the program...

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