Julie & Omri

Julie Rotblatt-Amrany and Omri Amrany are the husband and wife team that founded Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany. We’d like to share a little about this dynamic and creative couple.

Julie Rotblatt-Amrany

 

Julie’s Philosophy

“After many years of formal education and creative productivity, my personal artistic vision has come to strongly embrace the combination of spiritual and physical elements …the mind-body connection. I’m interested in emotional intelligence, higher consciousness, genetic engineering, medical and spiritual healing. I’m intrigued by the exploration of multiple dimensions; uncovering unknown areas as we evolve to a higher state of being, hopefully not recreating past mistakes. I believe this vision is reflected in the way we work individually and collaborate. Our concepts have depth and meaning; I think that is why the media have been so interested in us. We are grateful to have earned public respect in so many cities. I believe we are giving something hopeful and energizing back, as we explore the lives of heroic figures and hold up parts of their human and soulful experience that can inspire others.”

 

Biographical Highlights

2015 Luc Robitaille Los Angeles Kings Staples Center, Los Angeles, California

2014 Rosalind Franklin Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science North Chicago, IL

2013 The Battle for Harmony: Jackie Chan Tribute Shanghai, China

2012 John Purdue Purdue University West Lafayette, IN

2012 Kareem Abdul Jabbar Staples Center/Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles, CA

2011 Stan Mikita Chicago Blackhawks United Center, Chicago, IL

2011 Jerry West Staples Center/Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles, CA

2011 Scottie Pippen Chicago Bulls United Center, Chicago, IL

 

Julie Rotblatt-Amrany biographyJulie Rotblatt-Amrany portfolio

 


 

Omri Amrany

 

Omri’s Philosophy

“I have entered the third millennium as a mostly self-taught artist. I am grateful to have collaborated with many people around the world in my own quest to develop the highest level of skill possible. In this journey, I have become convinced we think too much about the past and not enough about the future. We have enormous problems to solve and we need a worldview to solve them. We cannot work in isolation. To capture increasing diversity in the present and the future, I like to explore new media, such as electroforming and white bronze, and work with new approaches, like fractal geometry and my own techniques of sculptural montage. This allows me to blend cultures and philosophies, elements and dimensions, all in one piece or a grouping. I like to focus on both the micro and the macro in my pieces, and to always keep an optimistic perspective.”

 

Biographical Highlights

2012 Kareem Abdul Jabbar Staples Center/Los Angeles Lakers Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

2011 Jerry West Staples Center/Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles, CA

 

Omri Amrany biography Omri Amrany portfolio