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Heaven is Here

In the series "Heaven is Here," Inbar Hasson uses landscape paintings and drawings as a form of artistic exercise, a "gym" to sharpen her skills. Painting from observation, Hasson immerses herself in a joyful and focused experience, almost meditative in nature. These works are free of judgment or the need to convey a message, serving as a selfish activity to fulfill her needs and train her hand, eyes, and concentration. The title of the series, "Heaven is Here," subtly hints at the idea that there is no other life beyond the present, and that the notion of "heaven" is not always a reality, and certainly not everywhere. Through this series, Hasson explores the duality of the present moment, both as a personal sanctuary and as a reflection of the broader world's imperfections.

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