My inspiration comes from my interest in giving new meaning to everyday, used objects and materials, and making the common and discarded, uncommon and precious.
I like to combine various print media such as: monotype, screen-printing, linocut, and cyanotype; using and reusing materials such as paper, wire, and fiber, – in order to create my mixed media art.
I have always thought of my work as improvisation, a matter of responding to what I have just created with the materials.
My approach to making art is as a gradual process, elements arising organically out of their interactions with each other, sometimes leaving traces even when they are covered by later additions.
I experiment with different materials, substances, and techniques, trying to push the limits, in order to open to the viewer to explore and become emotionally engaged with the art.
Ewa Gavrielov works and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has earned a bachelor of Architecture from the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel, and a graphic design diploma from the Art Institute of Boston, and worked as an architect, and a designer. Gavrielov has participated in group and community shows in various Bay Area locations, such as Los Gatos Art Museum, San Jose ICA, Mountain View Center for the Arts, Pacific Art League Palo Alto, Packard Children's Hospital Center for Nursing, and Kala Art Institute. Her artwork is also shown in private collections in the Bay Area and in Israel.