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Freedom Number Two by Jipsi Immanuelle
Am I From the Sea by Jipsi Immanuelle
Red Dawn by Jipsi Immanuelle
Thin Red Line by Jipsi Immanuelle
Emerging by Jipsi Immanuelle
Great Wave by Jipsi Immanuelle
A Ray of Hope by Jipsi Immanuelle
Unfolding Flower Child by Jipsi Immanuelle
Leah Comforted by Her Children by Jipsi Immanuelle
Reflecting on the Transient Nature of Life by Jipsi Immanuelle
A Flower Whispers by Jipsi Immanuelle
Worlds Within Worlds by Jipsi Immanuelle
Refreshed by Jipsi Immanuelle
Starburst by Jipsi Immanuelle
Close To You by Jipsi Immanuelle
Celebration by Jipsi Immanuelle
Eve by Jipsi Immanuelle
Look At Me by Jipsi Immanuelle
Pretty Woman by Jipsi Immanuelle
Youth in Old Age by Jipsi Immanuelle
Rebecca by Jipsi Immanuelle
Taking a Bow by Jipsi Immanuelle
Veiled by Jipsi Immanuelle
Miriam's Well by Jipsi Immanuelle
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About Jipsi Immanuelle
Immanuelle was born in Sheffield, England in 1965. She grew up in India, where she absorbed the rich heritage and intricate details of Indian art, crafts, textiles and architecture. She also imbibed India's spiritual heritage and meditated extensively for a number of years.
Immanuelle's aunt was an antique dealer who exposed her to European, Chinese and Japanese art and taught her art history. Her mother's oldest sister, an artist and interior designer, took personal interest in her artistic education. Immanuelle completed a year of art studies in Mumbai and later studied photography.
After immigrating to Israel in 1997, Immanuelle studied to be a massage therapist and worked in that field for 17 years. She resumed photography in 2012, focusing on flowers and plants. Her flower photography is influenced by Harold Davis, Robert Mapplethorpe and Georgia O'Keefe. She sees photography as a way of bringing the soul of the flower to the viewer.
Immanuelle began to take art lessons privately with Naomi Ocean, a Russian trained artist. She has worked in pencil, pen and ink, oils, acrylic and mixed media. In 2014, Immanuelle taught herself how to use Photoshop.)
She uses her skills in painting and digital art to create unique botanical art. 2018, Immanuelle began a project called Celebrating Symmetrical Art' using a computer program called Ultra Fractal 6. This project is inspired by symmetrical art from all over the world. Future plans include exhibiting her work in Israel and finding gallery representation in Israel and abroad.