Country: USA  
David Beeri 

    1.Amazing, 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 70x50 cm, 28x20 in., US$ 3450.00   2.Asian Scenery, 2017, Oil on canvas, 51x41 cm, 20x16 in., US$ 687.00    3.Dance in the descending light, 2017, Oil on canvas, 76x102 cm, 30x40 in., US$ 2750.00    4.Deborah, 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 100x50 cm, 40x20 in., US$ 5450.00    5.Dialogue, 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 100x70 cm, 40x28 in., US$ 6500.00  6.Heavenly Landscape, 2018, Oil on canvas, 50X60 cm, 20x24 in., US$ 960.00   7.Joyful Island, Oil on canvas, 122 x 152 cm, 48 x 60 in., US$ 7850.00   8.Joyful Trees, Oil on canvas, 51x61 cm, 20x24 in., US$ 920.00   9.Stream, 2018, Oil on canvas, 30x40 cm, 12x16 in., US$ 650.00  10.The Rocks Wake Up, 2018, Oil on canvas, 61x76 cm, 24x30 in., US$ 1350.00  11.AThe Soul of Trees, 2018, Oil on canvas, 76x122 cm, 30x48 in., US$ 2850.00  12.Tree-Dance XIII., 2017, Oil on canvas, 31x41 cm, 12x16 in., US$ 650.00

Beeri is an artist gifted with a special talent. He first began to paint on December 5th, 1975, driven by a strong inner inspiration. Due to his extraordinary progression, he became nationally known by 1979, and has been an exhibiting artist since then. He has had a number of exhibitions in Hungary and several other European countries as well as Israel, the United States, Japan, China and Canada.

David Beeri is a deeply inspired, sovereign artist who began to build a unique world of painting, finding his own individual tools of expression. This task tantamount to a significant adventure was neither easy nor safe. Remember, Beeri experienced the Hungarian version of Communism where artists could only prosper if they were willing to be integrated in the faceless mass of Solcialist art (“Socialist Realism”) like dumb sheep and worshiped communist idols without raising a voice. No wonder we do not find David Beeri among those fearing for their quarry, he rather chose exile which could not be avoided. The artist left his homeland on November 7th, 1987, together with his wife soon expecting their second childs, and their one-year-old daughter.

At the news of the fall of the Communist regime, the family returned from Germany to Hungary where original talents could expect no appreciation still. However, nothing could hinder David Beeri in his creative freedom. After selling a number of paintings at a successful exhibition in Germany, he bought a house and after furnishing it, he continued to build the impressive worlds of his paintings, defended at the cost of great sacrifices. As the years passed, his family grew, and today the artist boasts of eight extremely talented children.

For nearly forty years now, David Beeri has surrendered everything to art and he has created a unique world of pictures. In his pursuit, he has faced the obstacles of huge sacrifices, lack, agony, persecution, crude humiliation and pain, yet his beautiful pictorial world was constructed…
(Dr Ferenc Matits, Art historian)
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