Rotorua Lakes High School

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"The Ran Project" (working title) is a portrait of American artist Ran Ortner. The feature-length film is a meditation on and reflection of the creative process.  When I describe the film to people, they often ask: out of all the artists working today, why this one? Yet the very moment they glimpse the paintings, they get it. The tremendous power of this work makes itself immediately apparent. There is magic here. What is it about him? Even after following him for months and filming…

"The Ran Project" (working title) is a portrait of American artist Ran Ortner. The feature-length film is a meditation on and reflection of the creative process. When I describe the film to people, they often ask: out of all the artists working today, why this one? Yet the very moment they glimpse the paintings, they get it. The tremendous power of this work makes itself immediately apparent. There is magic here. What is it about him? Even after following him for months and filming…

The back wall of New York’s Le Bernardin, dominated by a triptych by Ran Ortner. Photo by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

The back wall of New York’s Le Bernardin, dominated by a triptych by Ran Ortner. Photo by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

Ran Ortner's work is the most incredible things I've ever laid eyes on. I'd kill to see his stuff in person.

Ran Ortner's work is the most incredible things I've ever laid eyes on. I'd kill to see his stuff in person.

The first-place ArtPrize winner [Grand Rapids, MI "ArtPrize 2009" was an oil-on-canvas painting titled "Open Water no. 24" by Ran Ortner. Pictured with Ortner is Squire reporter Nancy Hill. Notice the kinetic sculpture of waving reeds in the foreground, which added to the viewers' overall appreciation of the painting. Photo by CLIFF HILL See article in The Rockford Squire, http://rockfordsquire.com/2009/10/15/in-the-end-lake-michigan-may-have-decided-artprize-winner/#

The first-place ArtPrize winner [Grand Rapids, MI "ArtPrize 2009" was an oil-on-canvas painting titled "Open Water no. 24" by Ran Ortner. Pictured with Ortner is Squire reporter Nancy Hill. Notice the kinetic sculpture of waving reeds in the foreground, which added to the viewers' overall appreciation of the painting. Photo by CLIFF HILL See article in The Rockford Squire, http://rockfordsquire.com/2009/10/15/in-the-end-lake-michigan-may-have-decided-artprize-winner/#

Ran Ortner, 52 year old New York-based artist, found his vocation in implementing his love to surfing and sea through Canvas Oil Paintings

Ran Ortner, 52 year old New York-based artist, found his vocation in implementing his love to surfing and sea through Canvas Oil Paintings