Kandinsky pointed to the "inner need" - the principle from which art at its best derives and is the basis for the creation of the harmony of forms and colors.
This is the principle that the artist Dita Liron takes with her and she creates an efficient and effective interaction between the form and the human soul.
Dita's "inner need" is a mysterious and sometimes mystical process, revealed and hidden, but from the moment the artistic work is born, it gains an independent life of its own. It becomes an independent living entity that "breathes" independently and independently.
Her paintings are brightly colored, warm and warming tones, an optimistic, sensually beautiful world, fertility and procreation merge into impressive amorphic forms.
Over the years, Liron took part in solo exhibitions in Israel and around the world, and engaged in extensive artistic activity both as an artist, as a curator and as a social entrepreneur.