“I am inspired by beautiful women and the human form in general,” he explains. “I see that there is beauty in every human being, and I am inspired to bring that beauty to my paintings.”
Maimon has a lifetime of practice bringing beauty to his work, exhibiting a love for art and for its creation since his youth in Tel Aviv, Israel. His love for la vie Francais was likely inspired by his French-speaking parents, who supported his artistic ambitions since soon after his birth in Israel in 1951.
The brilliant Isaac Maimon sweeps us into an era filled with magical woodland fairies and romantic moonlit goddesses. This latest and most compelling collection of majestic paintings titled, “The Renaissance Series,” are regal and elegant in their simplicity and stylized design of line, form and color.
Forever evolving as an artist, Maimon presents his fascinating new world of radiant beauty and charm through lively juxtaposed colors and blocks of angular shapes. Graceful linear forms of enchanting noble figures are central to the background of bold quadrants of crisp colors. Soft music fills the air with stringed instruments and flutes as creatures sway and gently dance. The lovely swan and serpent necks undulate to the sounds, while sprays of festive confetti-like flower petals flicker. Flowing vignettes of villages shadow the scenes of his fanciful and stoic characters who invite us to watch and listen.
Every stroke of color and shape enlightens us to the rhythm of life within the panes of Maimon’s visions.