The artwork of Eyal Gever is mind-boggling to say the least. First there was his Sublime Moments exhibit series in which metal sculptures were created and positioned in such a way that they appeared to have collided dramatically into each other. And now a couple of Eyal Gever's other works have come to the surface. Namely, his Nuclear Bomb and Large Scale Smoke installations.
Essentially, Eyal Gever recreated realistic smoky scenes out of layered acrylic material. Incredible to behold, these three dimensional simulations look like the real thing. It is only natural that Eyal Gever reveals, "I create sculptures based on sublime moments. These are moments that fill a person with amazement, awe, terror, astonishment, and silence."
Eyal Gever attended the renowned Betzalel Academy of the Art and Design in Jerusalem.