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Gallery: The Artists of UCLA: Shmul

By Hannah Burnett

March 12, 2017 2:46 pm

Ofri Shmul is a first-year art and business economics student. She has known she would be an artist since she was a little girl and would spend hours in the basement making her “creations".

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Starting at UCLA as a painter, Shmul has expanded her preferred mediums to including sculpture and ceramics. However, she stills prefers to work in painting and photography.

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Shmul’s most recent creation was a sculpture depicting the link between ADHD and technology. She researched technology and its connections to the brain and how those connections link to ADHD.

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Shmul used black wire for this piece in order to represent the nervous system in the body and create a doodle-like effect. This piece is also her favorite she has created.

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Despite having a heavy course load and an active social life, Shmul manages to still spend a minimum of 10 hours in the studio outside of regular class hours.

(Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin)

Shmul does not have a specific process when making her pieces. She stated that she “just waits for [things] to come to her,” then proceeds to work off of those bursts of inspiration.

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Hannah Burnett | Assistant Photo editor
Burnett is the assistant Photo editor for the News beat. She was previously a Photo contributor.
Burnett is the assistant Photo editor for the News beat. She was previously a Photo contributor.
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