In a one-off encounter with a wall at Fresh Paint 4, artist Khen Shish created a large-scale
painting in acrylic on paper. According to the artist:
"There are no preparations, no preliminary sketches or studies, only the energy for the required hours of work. The paper is nailed to the wall, open to the surprises of automatic calligraphy, succumbing to the paint and the drumming of brushes and fingers; a meditation of several hours and brief work yielding a process whose results are unpredictable."
The Maiden and the Crow, 2007, Acrylic on paper, 550x700, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum of Art