Inspired by the geography and captivated by the light, Neta Goren returns to Gloucester with her tools and sets to work creating art that leaves viewers returning with more questions than answers.
Goren moves around. She is well traveled and notes: “I often relocate and rearrange my studio. The new space and the new environment become my new artistic drive.”
Neta's search for raw materials and grist for her artistic mill has led her to the study of music, literature, languages, and art. She has spent formative periods of time in South Africa, Holland, Israel, Italy, and the US. Her work can be found in private collections in the The Netherlands, Germany, US, Canada, Italy, and Israel.