Igor Tarahovski is an Israeli multidisciplinary artist, born in 1957 in Belarus, immigrated to Israel with his family in the early 1990s.
He began to paint at a very young age, and his artistic education was acquired in a wide range of art studies, alongside studies with famous painters in Belarus.
He completed his art studies at the “Yaroslavl Art” College.
Tarahovski’s special works describe the landscapes of the country from observation.
The style of the paintings is mainly realistic, but his personal interpretation floods an aura of tenderness and gentleness to the landscape.
A central motif in his paintings is trunks, branches and leaves.
They strongly express an impulse of life and growth.
The root olive tree is seen in many of his paintings.
An olive tree is a symbol of a long history and a connection between man and the earth.
It is impressive in appearance and also useful and yielding.
Water sources occupy an important place in his works.
Tarahovski looks at the waters of the Sea of Galilee and the Great Sea.
Along with oil-on-canvas works, Tarahovski is also an expert in stained glass art.