Igal Fedida was born and raised in Israel with Moroccan traditions. He moved to the United States at a young age. His Hebraic avant garde style of painting emerged as a result of the mixture of his studies of Judea Arabic philosophy, the Torah, the Talmud and the Kabala. His exposure to the New York school of Abstract Expressionism (1950 – 1960) still has a major influence on his art. Over the past decade, Igal has exhibited his artwork in many prestigious contests and events all around the world, winning several awards while earning notice and praise from art critics. He currently lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he owns an art gallery and spends many sleepless nights with a brush in his hand and a vision on his mind, passionately driven to deliver to the world his ingenious masterpieces.