Netanel Morhan's Artwork Was Inspired by His Childhood Dreams

By: Riley von Niessen - Sep 14, 2016
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Netanel Morhan creates oil on canvas paintings that consider out-of-body experiences. Using his own vivid dreams as a base, his work reveals what his subject's most inner desires are.

Other times however, he takes their fears into account, making for nightmarish imagery that's sure to stick with its viewer. Above sleeping subjects, Netanel Morhan shows their clones interacting with an impossible realm -- bringing utopic, or dystopic, worlds right into their bedrooms.

With this, he exaggerates the concept of an out-of-body experience -- using it to reflect the subject's subconscious mind. While some dream of wealth, success and power, others travel high in the clouds or simply end up lost -- unable to reach themselves.