Archive for July 2019

Interview by SD Voyager Magazine

Interview by: SD Voyager Magazine Today We’d like to introduce you to Lizet Benrey. So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story. Having come from a family of artists, it was only natural to follow suit. My mother, Shirley Chernitsky, was…

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TIMES OF San Diego

ARTIST LIZET BENREY FOUND HER TRUE PASSION IN FILM By Mimi Pollack ​ For Mexican-American artist and actress Lizet Benrey, the successful film career on display during San Diego Film Week is the result of pursuing a lifelong dream later in life. Two of her films, the short “Noticed” and feature-length “Carving a Life,” will…

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INNERMOST QUEST, WORKS OF LIZET BENREY

BY ROCIO CERON ​ This Was No Nostalgia For Oneself, But Nostalgia For Man. -Ehitel Silva Zegarra Art, in its relationship with the world and the other, has always kept an incessant quest in order to ascertain a passage that makes us see the truth through the edge of a work. Lizet Benrey is not…

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Arts & Culture Painting our Earth in the balance

Environmentally Conscious Lizet Benrey Pays Tribute To Mother EarthThrough Her Art.   By Marti Gacioch Nature serves as Lizet Benrey’s muse, and her paintings often depict her love for our planet. “I’ve been environmentally conscious my whole life,” Benrey said. “With global warming, I’m inspired to paint the earth and its beauty because I believe that…

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Arts & Culture Del Mar Times

Artist Benrey Creates An Ever-Changing Canvas By Sarah Wilkins The place in which Lizet Benrey creates is worlds apart from the one in which she lives. The Carmel Valley artist laces her canvases with bright colors and bold, abstract forms, boasting influences of Japanese calligraphy and Mexican modern art. And yet, the pieces are created…

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FESTIVAL Interview : Lizet Benrey/KPBS.Org

By Sarah Wilkins Lizet Benrey tends to shy away from the term “filmmaker.” “I’m really an artist making film. For me, the camera is just another brush with which to express myself.” For the Del Mar-based painter turned video artist, it is not so much the story line that counts as the feeling and spirit…

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An Artist Moves In A New Direction

By Mimi Pollack ​ SAN DIEGO– An artistic streak runs in Lizet Benrey’s family. Her late mother, Shirley Chernitsky, was a painter, and Benrey has followed in her footsteps. However, Benrey takes her creativity one step further. Not only is she a talented artist, she is also a filmmaker, actress, and a budding screenplay writer.…

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Lizet Benrey’s Kabbalah Visions

By Dominique Nahas ​ There is no question that artist Lizet Benrey is concerned with the expression of vitalizing energy in her abstract work. Energy in such work is seen as propulsive, charged or diffused. There is a great sense of presencing that occurs: it is, in fact, the main event. The suggestion of incommensurables,…

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Desde el Sotano magazine

The Artist’s Being By Lizet Benrey ​ Many times I ask myself what is being an artist, a way of living, a mission, a gift that only humans enjoy, the projection of this gift of creativity of imagination? Do we choose art as our project of life, or does it choose us? Are we creators…

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